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For n moment tho tilenro of tho room was broken only by tho ticking of tho clock and tho raltlo of tho raindrops against tho panel. Tho foreman of tho jury drow a long breath nnd said : "Sherifl, a man of your imagina Ion should write unsolicited testimonials for patent medicines." "That is certainly n remarkable story," said tho County Judgo, "hut I know ono at least equally strange." "That's right, Judgo," roplicd the Surrogato. "Never lot It bo said that any man In tho county can oullioyou. Lota hear your Inlo." "Tho scoiio of my story Is also locn-te- d iu tho great West." "Of courso," said tho Surrogate. "You may never havo heard of San Jacinto Canon, in Colorado. Its rocky walls aro almost perpendicular nnd are COO feet high. Tho canon is nt no point moro than an eighth of a milo wido. Through it runs a beautiful stream, tho water of which is clear as crystal. Tho stream has its sourco in tho canon, and runs through it for a distance of a milo and a half. Then it suddenly disappears in tho earth, to break out again at n point thirty miles below. A small, lazy, dirty trilK) of Indians occupies part of tho country along tho canon. They are as low and degraded n set as I ever saw. Have no firearms, wont bo converted to Christianity, nnd don't know good whisky from stair-ropolish. What littlo work is done in tho tribe tho women perform. Well, ono day about two years ago n squaw started out to get so mo trout for her own and her husband's breakfast. These Indians catch trout by diving for thorn in the stream I havo mentioned. The woman jumped into tho beautiful pel lucid water, down, down" Hero tho County Judgo stooped. "Well, why don't you go on?" inquired tho sheriff. "That squaw's husband waited long fur his breakfast, and it camo not," continued his Honor, dreamily. "At but, de.ierato with hunger, ho laid violent hands upon a ham saudwich which ho had captured sovernl days before in tho wreck of a railroad train many miles away. Morning glided inlo afternoon, nnd afternoon into evening, but tho tquaw returned not." "Has sho got back yet?" interrogated tho foreman of the grnnd jury. "Ilccatuo it's nearly supper timo, and we can't wait for her much Ion ger." "Nino minutes after that woman dived tor tho trout sho burst upon the vision of an astonished fuhcrinau thirty miles below tho point where sho entered tho water, Sho had becu car ried into the subterranean current of tho river. When sho camo out sho had n big trout in each hand." Tho sherifl 'a feet csiuo emphatically to tho floor. The Surrogato said: "I've heard enough," put 011 his over coat nnd walked out. Ho was fol lowed by tho foreman of tho grand jury ami tlio slicriu, who unserved that tho ruin was abating and it was a good tinlo to dodgo homo lctwccn tho drops. Cit033-Evi- :n Uim. at School "Are the internal recti of your daughter's oyes of exactly similar strength?" asked a Boston schoolmarm of n pu pil's mother. "I mean," she continued, as sho saw a look of vague won der overspreading the faco of tho woman, who had nover heard of Concord, "aro both oyes equally hyper opic, or has sho used tho ciliary too much J" Tho woman roso fiercely. "Han nah Jnno squtnt8,it that's what you'ro driving at," she said iiidignuutly; "hut she's got sense enough to say whatsho means, and I wont leavo'her hero to bo mado a fool of;" nnd sho flounced out with her offspring, while tho teacher explained to tho ichool that cqulut meant n 'couvoxity of tho lens of tho optic orgnns.'" Suu'i.i: Cum: l'Oit Oai'es. Tho easiest and best remedy fur gapes In chickens is caustln lirao, either air or wnter-BlakIt should be dry and Take tho chicken in tho powdered. left hand and open tho mouth, keep, ing it upright, and then drop a pinch of the dry lime into it. Hold this po sition u few soconds until it is obliged to breathe, when it will inlialo somo of tho lime; then lot it go. Ono appli cation oi tho limo in this manuer has cured, in my oxporienco, every case of gape, somo oi thorn Iu tho last stages. After trying a number of remedies I find this tho best of all, ns it is slmplo and sure, and does iot injure the chicken. Tho limo kills tho worms. cd. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY Gill Barbers In Chicagj. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER ir.fi. W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor t'ubltmhril Tneitny MU.rtO ami h'rlilnw, ij3it ANNUM. rriftMiton'tMnit lamp In payment of ut- ifflptlon, eifrttomalteehanK,anil then of A REMARKABLE EXECUTION, The dismal fain beat against tho , window ot the1 sayi tho Now York Star, anil swept in sheets d. Court was adncroH tho court-housejail-yar- for tho day, tho clerks had gone homo, and a hand oi official for n galherod !a tho grand jury-roohalf hour oi chat. Uut tho flow of conversation was lees frco and jovial than common. Apparently tho aspect of things without had alfected tho iplrita of tho county magnates. Tiio usually amiling faco of tho thcrilT wore a ead expression, find tho jolly tiurrogato gazl mournfully out ujon tho cheerless, muddy street. Up on tho benign visago of tho County Judgo waa a melancholy look, as if In his official capacity ho had sentenced himself as a privato individual to suffer tho cxlrcmo penalty of tho law. Tilted back in n hie nrm chair, tho foreman ot tho grand jury thought fully cleaned his finger nails. A long lilcnco was broken by tho elierill, who observed, as a sudden gust of wind dashed tho rain noisily against tho glass: "What a day for a hanging I" "Wrotched 1" replied tho Surrogato, carefully turning tho leaves of tho l'o nal Code. "I wouldn't bo hanged onja'day llko this for any consideration.- ; "A fellow would catch his death of cold," put in I ho foreman ot tho grand jury. "What put tho subject of hanging in your head, sherifl ?" "Oh, I was just thinking of a ioor fellow who expiated a murder in Iowa toa years ago on just such a day as journed Western yarns, eh, sheriff?" taidjtho Surrogato, with a yawn. "Why will a man iilways dravr n long liow whou ho tells what happened to him out West?" "This is gospel truth," retorted tho sherifl, quickly, "and it's nothing that happened to me, or I should not bo hero to tell it. Moreover, Mr. exaggerato." iOh, no," ras tho sarcastic 1'Never of tho grand jury, "go on with your story." The sheriff seated himself on n green covered tnblo and legau ; "Well, as I said, this happened ten years i ago; 'way out in Iowa. A fel low killed his brothcr-iu-laand was sentenced to death. Tho hanging was public, tlio gallons being erected, on tho open prairlo a littlo distance tho jail. I was sworn in ns social deputy. Holy Moses, how it did rain on that day. Tho water camo down in chunks with sufficient force to tear au umbrella to tatters in minutes." "Sherifl, shorifT," murmured tho County Judgo in a tono of gcntlo ro-- p roach. "Oh, It's a fact. man was carried to tho placa of' execution in an open cart. Another deputy and I rodo with him. A hanging was too raro a treat to bo missed by people- out there, no matter what thV weather was. Shivering and wet, a large crowd stood in tho coarse, saturated grass about tho scaffold. Wo placed our man under tho cross piece and fastened tho rope about his neck. Everything was ready ex cept tho last prayer and lotting tho trap fallt Tho sherifl asked tho prisoner Tl lib had any thing to say. "Yes said tho man. Homado a lougspcech, declaring his iuuocenco, abusing tho Judge, nod that kind oi thing. Suddenly he stopped in tho middla of n sentence. All this time, you must remember, tho rain was falling iu cat. arkots. Seeing tho doomed man si lent, tho sherifl tipped a wink to tho clergyman, who, being a liaptist, did not mind tho rain. Tho llovcrcml gentleman began to pray. Wo all bent our heads, although no ono was pious enojgh to take his hat off. Just as Brother Hardshell was winding up his petition, wo heard a cry of uston islirucnt from tho crowd. I looked up, and what do you think I saw ?" "The prisoner oscaplugT" luked tho Surrogato. "No, sir, ho was hanging two feet ' from the platform." - ' "What?" cried tho sherifl '0 auditors, togothor. foro-ma-n d flf-te- thiav "Another of y'pur r ft wind him," saidtlio "How did tho girls learn to shavo men?" "Oh, different ways. I began practicing on my brother. Ho hadn't any beard and tho first timo I shaved him bo looked ns though n cyclono had struck him. His faco was cut In a dozen places and for a week ho had to sleep on his back. After I had laid him up I practiced on my young man. I didn't lather his faro nnd whon I got through with him and when ho looked In tho glass ho got mad and said I was a devil of a barber, any way, and ho went ont of tho houso nnd nover camo back again. I kept on practicing, though, nnd by tho timo I was nblo to shavo without slicing n mnn, I had used up my father nnd my other brother nnd two cats nnd n straight-hairedog, besides another young man nnd two young fellows who used to wait on my sister Jcnnio." "I don't think thcro aro any lady barbers anywhere cho In Chicago but hero. Tho gentleman who owns this placo thought it would bo a great card to havo them. It has worked very well nnd ho is making dead loads oi monoy. Nearly everybody who comes hero, except regular customers, comes for tho fun of getting shaved by Indies. I don't know but that it is nicer," sho said, whilo sho showered the sufferer's faco with sea foam and wiped hod with n pioco of cofleo sack. "A great many young fellows como who bavo nothing but down on their their checks. That reminds me of n joke one of tho girls perpetrated one day. A young man with tight trow-scr- s ss came in about a and ouo dude; week ngo with a stock-yar- ds Ho looked around leisurely for n minute or so nnd then said to his friend: 'Beastly bad, John, you know, to como hcah, but it will bo quito jolly to say you'vo been shaved by a girl.' Annio, who shaves in the next chair, is n very nico looking girl and tho young swell took of! his coat and stretched himself out in her chair. 'I say Mary, how do you shavo, you know, up or down?' Annio winked at mo and then looked carefully lit his faco and then said: 'Wo usually shavo up, sir, but in this caso I guess I'll havo to shavo down,' and sho put so much stress on tho last word that the other young fellow burst out laughing and wo laughed and everybody in the shop laughed and tho swell in tho chair looked so silly you would havo thought somebody had sat down on him. I'vo nearly finished now. Only a littlo wax on your mustacho nnd then I'm done." Sho took tho ends of tho incipient mustacho between her thumb and index finger, as sho spoke, twisted it around onco or twice, nud with a 'There, fivo cents, please,' dismissed tho youug man with a smile Tunes. and called Wcxtr-CJnca- go eye-gla- How Tackt Art Mado, Tho iron is received from tho rolling mills in sheets from thrco inches to lirclvo inches wido, nnd from thrco foot to nino foot in length, tho thickness varying, according td tho kind of work inlo which it is to bo made, from ouo eighth to of an inch. Thcso shcots are all cut in pieces, and by about thirty-incin ncid cleansed of tho hard outsido flinty scale They are then chopped into strips of a width corres ponding to tho length of tho nail or tack required. Supposing tho tack to Iks cut is an eight ounco carpet tack, tho strip of iron, as chopped and ready for tho machino, would bo about of an Inch wido and thirty inches long. This picco is placed firmly in the feeding apparatus, and by this arrangement carried liotween tho knives of the machine. At each revolution of the balanco wheel tho knives cut ofl a small piece from tho end oi this plate. Tho piece cut ofl is pointed at ono end, and tquaro for forming the head at the other. It is then carried between two dies by tho action of tho knives, and these dies, comiug together, form the body of tho tack under tho head. Enough of the iron projects beyond tho faco of the dies to form the hoad, and whilo hold firmly by thorn, a le ver strikes this projecting pieco into a round head. This, as we have said before, is all dono during one revolution of tho wheel, and tho knives, as soon as tho tack drops from the machine, are ready to cut off another clovcn-sixtccnths very wiso Chineso official managed to make a willful god grant his wishes. Thero had boon no rain for a long time. Tho streams and tho wells wore drying up, tho crops were dying, and the people know that if tho rain did not como soon there would bo a terrible famine They and their officers hurried to (ho J)32AX.iailH IN- temples to pray before tho idols for VrngH, H'Iiich, Wall Paper. MuMonl rain. Thero was ono groat idol, supIlnnkH, CliciiilcnlH, Llquora, IiiNtriimentf), CigarH,' (Stationery, PalntM, I'nckct posed to have special power, but their NnapH, OIIh, '.Tobaccos, Cntllcry, petitions to him and to others wero all Lamps Perfumery, Fire ArniH, Machine NcccUch. in vain. Still the sun blazed on, Oar Sllrcrwnro and Optical Goods Department Is In Charge of Col. pouring down upon tho parched earth Tlios. Jewelry, who will Kcpalr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the best Itlchards, its fiercest rays; not a cloud, not a style. drop of rain. Finally a wiso old official lost all patience with the gods, and exclaimed: "That great god, sitting comfortably up thero in tho shady, cool temple, does not know how hot it is outsidel" So he ordered men to take the god to tho top of a high hill and leave him thero in the boiling hot sun all day. It was done, nnd by night the polished gilt surface was well blistered; and tho officer chuckled with great glee over it, saying, "He knows how hot it is now." Strange to say, the very next day the rain came down in torrents, and all said, "What a wiso officer wo have! He knows how to manage tho god si" 7ZS L. All A story M' ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, Stanford, Ky., iL G. - RUPLEYy MKIICIIAKT TAIIiOR, Stanford, Kentucky, TflW 1 ErtalifflillP .uri ME JJflt nnj JD TlrWS IJitfteff -- Of late years the employment of women as clerks has greatly increased in England as well as in France; and in both countries it is generally agreed that the system works satisfactorily. At the Bank of France there are now ICO female clerks, who receive 3 francs a day to commence with, and whose annual salary after a year or Trade Mark. two's service, rises to 1,800 francs;and at the Paris office of the Credit Fon- cier, where also mere is a urge siau IPHARMACISTS DriLEIJ IN- - Drugs, Boohs, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. rhjliclim' preacilptlona accurately compounded. Also I piece. lnese machines aro run at tue rate JKWJBLKltMl I Hliat One Woman Did. died in 11 town iu who Maine, a woman, aged forty-fiviu her sixteenth year was left an orphan with seven younger brothers ami sisters ou her bauds and nothing for their maintenance. Sho at ouco took up tho only thing sho could do, millinery, nnd by tasto and energy succeeded uut only in supporting her Thcro has just brothers nnd sisters, but in giving them un education denied herself. Ono brother is a minister, ono n lawyer, do iu trade, and and anothor well-t- the sisters respectably married; and all this sho achieved whilo working half her timo in a darkened room, saturated with ether, to still tho pain of an internal disease that revenged itself on an overworked body. Nor up to tho last was sho an hour behold- 1 et this is on to friend or relative. one of the women whom statisticians often rank ns superfluous not being wives or mothers nnd in whoso spontaneous self sacrifico the very ones for whom tlioy toil and bear tho burden aro apt to boo nothing vory extraordi nary. But where does one find tho boys of a family thus Immolating thoiosolves for kith and kin ? A German has recently patented underwear manufactured from spongo. It Is said to ho moro flexible than woolen, moro easily cleansed and to absorb the perspiration without checking it. After thorough cleansing and beating, tho sponges aro dried and shaved into thin slices, which nro sewn together to form tho garmeuts. In addition to other virtues it is claimod that this singular clothing is uurauio. How many know that u horse gels up before andacowgots up behind and tho cow eats grais from her nud tho horeo oats to him? How many know that n surveyor's mark upon n troo never gets any higher from the ground or what treo bears fruit without bloom? Arp. of about 250 revolutions per minute. BSBBBeg!iterei. Largest Stock of Watches, The shoo nail machines, for cutting Clocks, Jewelry & MIrerware headless shoo nails, are run at about Erer brought to tbla market, rrlcra Lcwfr than tbe Loweit. Wa tehee. Clock, and Jewelrr 500 revolutions per minute, and cut on abort noUre and Warranted. from three to fivo nails at each revo- ofwomeu, the remuneration beginning at 3.20 francs a day, rises in Mechanical Engineer. lution. some cases to as much as 4,000 francs, Philosophical Dying. Tho fol or 8800 a year. In both establish lowing incidents aro related of the last ments tho hours of attendance aro days of the lato Prof. Johnson, of from 1) to 4 on six days of the week; Trinity College: "He told his friends and tho male and female clerks sit in that ho desired no formal or published different rooms the women being sueulogies, in any shape, over his death, perintended by officials oi their own and only such a quiet and modest resex, and thus enjoying the greatest cognition of it as would be consistent possible degree of privacy. Nico lot of Horses and Fine Turnouts. Rates reawith tho position he had held in the sonable. A Courteous Retort.-- A good sto college and church; He exhibited the very opposite of fear in view of the ry is told of the wife of an American great change; ho greeted it joyfully. diplomost who is fond of calling upon Being offered an anodyne to soothe the celebrities in every place which Is wanted by mo. I will pay the highest market price. I also deal in pain he replied: 'No; I prefer, in she visits. Being in Florence some making tho passago into Paradise, to time ngo, she expressed her intention wel- lAnd can supply it in any quantity. go with my eyes open.' A Bubsequeut of calling upon "Ouida," the twinge of shrewder pain led him to known novelist. Her friends attempt A. ariJarnrXsIiIiXnr, say, "I don't know but it is my chris ed to dissuade her, saying that "Ouitian duty to cose this if possible; and da" had a violent prejudice against he took an anodyne. As long as he Americans. Undeterred, tho female retained consciousness ho displayed n diplomatist called at tho novelists lively good humor and was cheerful houso and was met by Ouida, who said: "I must tell you that I exceedBoston Transcript. to tho last. - AT ingly dislike Americans." "I am very The Slanderer, his Accomplice to bear that," was the much surprised and ma Dure. Tho first makes and reply, "for thoy are the only people utters the slander, the second repeats Hour. who read your na9ty books." tho slander and tho third believes, and The stage beard looks as much liko acts upon it as true. The first is to bo abhorred, tho second dispised and a beard that grew there as a cow's tail I'OIt"Slan- would if tied to the bronze dog on the tho third pitied and shunned. When front porch. When you tie a heavy der I tho vilest whelp of sin shall tho work of this foul demon be black beard on a young actor, whoso stopped ? In China, it is said, the whole soul would bo churned up if he house of the slanderer is required to smoked a full fledged cigar, he looks bo painted black, that all good people about as savage as a bowl of mush can shun and avoid it. But why should and milk struck with a club. Such as Oliver Flows, anybody beliovo tho slander? People For lively old boys commend ua to Turning and Single Mettle and Avery Doable Shovel, and the Brinkley e and Double Shovel and Harrow combined. rise above the Green Mountain State. At should bo incredulous and No farmer should be without it. tho influence of tho slanderer. Tho not long ago Hyde Weatover, dune is often injured as much as tho aged 87 years, drove tho team and victim himself. Joseph Bishop, aged 81, held the plow Happiness. Selfishness and hap- to plow an acre of land in a day. One piness can not flourish on the same of the horaes was 20 and the other 19 stem. He who cares only for himself years old and the team has been drivnevor finds what he seeks; he grows en by the same man 16 years. narrow, stunted and mean, and beTho New York World says: "A comes at length incapable ot any but tariff for revenue" is not "free trade." And tho Best Tumi) in Tho Market, tho Mayllold is not tho meanest enjoyment. It is as if ho A demand for revenue reform Eloyator. Opposition to extreme surrounded by flowing streams, wero of the Pennsylvania typo Tho unrivaled Jowol Rango Cook Stoves, Stop Stoves, Tin-war- o, protection nud, though athirst, has not the power is not " Opposition to a Bird Cagos, Barbod and Annoalod Wire, " to drink of them. It is only the man prohibitory tarifl is not " Opposition to monopolies is not of generous impulses who can know lime, Salt, Cement, Plaster Paris, &c. A general stock of Groceries, Wooden, China and Glassware. what real happiness is; but to develop It will require four cars to bring the thoso impulses in tho right direction couuty, Ala., big tree to the and mako them truly valuable to Escambia Exposition. It is 117 feet Louisville maukiud, thoughtful intelligence and long, and will bo used as a flag polo wiso discretion aro indispensable. In front of tho Exposition building. M -USTID fyi T. mm m s worn STIABILIE! ZHLAJKIISriESS SHOP, i$ wmlmm w& GO AX.? Stanford, Ky. HEADQUARTERS -- H. HIGGINS J W. Horse Shoo Nails, Buggy Shafts, 1 Sholf Hardware, Iron, Spokos. Farming Implements, one-hors- Caa-tleto- n Straw Cutters, Improved Hocking' Valley Corn Shellers, Evans9 Corn Brills, Hand Corn Planters, "free-trade.- " "freo-trade.- "free-trade,- "freo-trade.- STEAM PRINTING! Walter Lewis, of Chicago, and Miss Hose Kennedy, of Springfield, III., were married iu a balloon at Cleve land and immediately ascended on a aerial wedding tour with Prof. Kiug and a newspaper correspondent. Tho miles and a altitude was nbout 1 safo descent was made several hours after 12 miles from Solon. 0. The bride had probably vowed that she would nover marry any mau on tho earth, liko tho girl who married Iu the Mammoth Cave, or maybe she wanted to marry a "rising young man." coiutltutlon how Jaded-tmay be from diwane or exceu, the Great Gtrnnn Inv igoraior restores it permanent Ij. See adTertUemeot. For sale by Pen. dj A MoAlUter. No matter he PILES I PILESI PILESI The Interior Journal Steam Printing" Office does all kinds of Job "Work neatly and cheaply. Try us. W. P. Walton, Prop'r. I'll r heretofore in uae. Tb Dlecoierr 1 lb mult of au4 lmntljatluu Into to character oflhU painful tllaeaae. Toron-via- e Uemlnu' Ane lit:a la a raJlral change fruiuBlueoverv for the oM reuieJIe you 0! II great jMraofpitltoliclfutUcituax limit, call on reuey A tll Stanford, ur W. M. Weber. Ml. Verooo, auj get a eauile Uji Vex ul ( barge. College Dr. T. U. Uucker.ul Arllugtuu, luj , aajra that 8cxrssr, roiacsiDENT. la lb uut valuable niui Jr llrown'e Studtntt rtcetxd any wttk tluy 0 A year. Bumuxr uuton tuna ojn fur rtctii-inttudtntt. fyr coiuuul'oa eataot. lor aale bT I'ruuj A Regular Fall Session, Sept. 10, 1883. RtaufuiJ, auj W. M. Welwr, Ml. Veruou. JtSrVaKM! twtfM of Train, M Wlu lUtWl. (nwtktl w4 &, t tWwta Umtk K ol t'ourlb IU ititrUrlir M Us OeMUMftitl tMl MtCMtU Ke. C. II. Manhall.fuiuerljr W wibUu HimImm ArnkuMtt, Kdleoii' Klectrlo Light U a wmnUrful Cftf p4w , rtaausUs. c. Tmm rtift4 IUv4 U ft IU li Prnbjrtt-rlacbutib, InJUuaHle, aaje be bu Dlptou IsttMM rwtM fro aw!. TfrUl cW, iuliuifiUTwUm ftwta.IUtlttMMrr 4 mU lki4 CfrlUt ia ttl4 U ftf Ltiismlf, uiei 14 uWMt, h iM Hall' uarj Uiown'e Eipwlmanl fur jeere la bit foully, M4 Uwllr. UI Hk WU UU f f dlacovery, but not at wcmloiful ' llb , WIUr, uJmUsa f f tl U ft f Ur Uim Ml i 1mUU; rMcitUf IMUMm ftftiM m iwb IU TU D fit taw U Nl Im11)T Catarrh Cure. For sale bf Penny & Mo. alwaja ullb gewj reaulie. Fur aale hj 1'ciinf A 44U fiMi tl Mate t t mi T(.H ,mi.r irt.ur iif,M WILBUK R. SMITH, Pm Uiibittten, K AtUter. MeAllattr, (Stanford, and W. M. WeLer, Mt. Ycrsyn. Commercial witDun 3. tut L, tl of Ky. University, Lexington, Ky. !KIStrjrIf !&5 u ff t. Several crop of wheit has been sold The rago for carrying pistols hs LAM, STICK AH9 CR0P. In 1m titan two weeks coshs the In this vicinity at IK) cents perbuehsl, but Logan A Ingle' 74 in August ekctlon and the question (fflo so tar in Tenwe that the fiery the majority of the farmer are holding for youth of that State apfear to king number, aggregated $9,2 K). arises, "are tho democrats lufScteatl OKAII OKOHAIID MIT.T.NI I wilt deliver Ice every ruornlns K Best and John Sam Owens sold to W, L. Williams a better price. Mr. S0?ANPOK33, ICY. their full strength?" their weapons with thorn when they organised to Smith shipped from this place Saturday 1 It UUTCIIINIM, I'ropr, Marabrino gelding for $750. AT OMJOI.NT IM.lt lOHM, tho water to swim. At least evening, four car loads ef sheep and cattle Tuesday Morning, - - July 24, 1833 Wo aro afraid that in many caics go into -J- ohn Bright shipped to II. K. Miller Do eiiiloa frlnJIng Tuenlsjs sn.l I'rlilsts otrsch beto the Covington market, week. they aro not, but it is still timo to go a dispatch says that in a quarrel As lone ss my prsaent stock Isils After thai, Lake yesterday a car load of hay at $14 per ton. Irs ee low at I can a (lord. Accounts da at Ih Sunday morning George Cotes and EBiren to work so m to accomplish that end. tween Elijah Hayes and Kan" McCofi-Bel- l, w. p. WAU6N. elossofesch nionlh. The Lincoln Mills have received 1,000 Stanford, Msy 7, H. K. HAH HOW. Dick O'Keefe, employes on the works of "while in swimmiBg, McCoa- - bushel of wheat for which they paid 95 It is true this is what is known as an Mason ft King, at Boone's Gap, got Into a LOU!) FOGUATIIOKPfi ! Thr Cincinnati iVeiM Journal Jim off year and many will say our ticket nell drow a pistol and fatally shot cents. the - For sale at a bargain, a combined difficulty, O'Ketf while under CotesInflii. This htshly bred bull will I permlllcl to.wrte NowIliuiilsoiiic Millinery iliplch frnm Washington, which, if will 1k elected any way, and conse Hayes." of liquor, drew Ida pistol nn and and Mower (Champion), and other enre Kciper 15 Cows, besides those ol his owners, at true, ought to make Logan Mckeo go quently fail to vote, but thero k a attempted to shoot, but he (C ) helnrf a The Virginia republicans have farming utensils. 1 W. Logan. I hsvsopened a very comprehensive Una of ths liia hole and draff it in after him. great deal mora importanco attaching mado too quick, drew his and shot O'Keefe into $10 TO INSURK A CALF! Desendorf chair-- It II AK P.Woods, of this county, latest and handmrom stvbsof It !s to tho effect that desiring to call to this election than a casual thinker man of tho Stato Central Committee, bought the 71th Duchess of Grant, 4 years three times, killing him drsd II Is a deep red, was Inscription and pnllfree Misses Anna and Katie Burdett, of tot by Itcll Puteoll.jnlile 2d, 24.111, rlr.t dsin DPR1N0 AND BUMMER MILLINERY on the president ho got Phil. Thomp- would believe. Tho oyca oi tho whole nnd in convention assembled denounc old, at Bedford' sale for $140 and sold to lira Duke Thorndata, S,riSI, (add It I'eerlrM. I M dam bynf 'Ih I Mile, of rimers, Lancaster, spent several days with rela lor irno, son to go with him. At their first pcoplo of tho United State, aro upon ed Arthur for following tho beck of Adam Carpenter, Ibssllnd 2J, 2 years old, lha ladlss lives here. Mrs. M. F. Breck, of Califor- MSI." M Jim Imp (Paron Osford Mesiitv, by Andlnvllssll buy or not In tall snd etamlns, whether they Tibet llarwi Oilor I It.' stslaken to prerenl visit ho put was off till a later hour us and should our hitherto big major Mahone and adopted a resolution de- for $125. nia, arrived here T'mmlay evening, en any occur no rc'pondhlllle tlmiild iis mst Hiu.i.i: uvtiiiKH, At the sale of McMahon, Green and nt last when they got permission ity 1) reduced by apathy in tho ranks, claring for Blaino for president. There ir.it t it. it. .i- - ;. i: tvoints, Neat door to lr tear llultruan a office, ttlau font Powell, railroad contractor on the K. C. route to Kingston, to see her daughter, I). Goodlne, who Is In delicate to enter into hi, august prcsonco, Mr. tho republicans every whero will bail is going to bo fun in tho Old Dominhead of work mules sold at Mr J Arthur enmo forward and shook hands it with delight nnd uso it as ovidenco ion in tho next campaign. ranging from $80 to $115, and hor- health. Mr. G. W. Kinnard and wife have prices gone to housekeeping at Old i'slnt Lick. with Thompson, hut entirely ignored that tho democratic stronghold is ses brought an average of about $10. 0TS OF CURRENT EVENTS. McKeo. But wo will let tho N. J. weakening. On tho other hand tho J. I). Swops baa purchased a great Mr. J H. Ilucker Is building an illir to San Hiilger, the nrgro rapist will be wsny lambs ia the last few days, at from his mill. tell tho story: "Mr. President," said usual or an increased majority will I to I G5 cents. Weights ran from C3 to Carter' Little Liver T'llTs wM positively mo introduce- - you to givo oncouragoiucnt to our brethren luing nt Mavsvillr, 8it. Illi, Thompson, "lot The residence of Judge John I). Itel-il- 80 lbs. Of J. i: Carson he got 101; of (1. cure sick headschu and prevent Its elurn. ono of my respected constituents, Mr. in other States and causo tho weak at Lebanon, wa hurnet! a few ilaya W. Spangler 30; John Buchanan 30; John This is mil Inlk, hut trulls O.ie pill a Logan McKco." Tho president mado kneed to stiffen their joints. Tho re Hill 32; Mat l'hllipt 51; Thomas Hill 53; dose. To te had of all ilriifKlsls. See R. tho most of his six feet, entitled the air publicans may always bo depended Coil is being void In Lexington for t Ham Boone 32, T, M. White 40; John S. advertisement. audibly, jumped over tho cuspidore upon to cast their fullest strength and rent, delivered to conitimtr, the lowest Boslcy 2, and many other lots. leforo ho recovered himself and final- this timo they aro making unusual figure ever reached. LiamTKK LINCOLN COUNTT. Mr. IL C Hsnspcrger, of Jessamine ly conquered hta equilibrium by lock- efforts to augment their scattered for II. V. WAI.TKH. II us ton nl It. i j j rv a ' I - '1', ing his hand) behind his back. "I ces. Morrow a only snow lor reuorai couuty, has taken 0,000 pounds of honej hu The Telephone ha not struck jet, but from Ids own bee this deacon. I.ANCAKTKII, KV. to tako this man's hand, sir," office is in increasing his party vote, rcfuso UAtsorrr Cltlirns Nstlonsl lUnk O flics hours The jury In the Polk cue for stealing manliest a illiposltlon to strike any one ho sputtered. "His faco is as famil- for should it fall below tho last figures the funds of Tennessee to the amount oj who fails lu treat it with becoming venera- rrpiu S te 12 A. M. ana trum I to t r M HAM M. I1UHUETT, iar to mo as tho front of the White tho administration will decide at onco 100,000 will wrestle with its eolation to- tion. At IA,W, Arronrvi-Our town authorities are taking vigorHouso. Mr. Swope has not resigned. that ho is entirely too small a potato day. I.A.NCAsm.ll, KY. Jim Jones slabbed Bill Srntlh twice it ous measures to clear our streets of ImpediWill prsetlts In (lirrsrJ snJ sJJolnlna counties Who dares to grow much in his favor. Tho deHo has a right to resign. Lexington, dangerously, because he asked ments and thus make the navigation of our nj Courlor Apfl,. to question that right? I know this mocracy can easily elect Proctor Knott the return of the CO renta he had loaned thoroughfare less complicated. U.V. KAUFi'MAN, man McKeo. Ho has been Iwforo mo by 00,000 as by 10,000 and if every him. There la i commendable earnestness on Airx-ouma-v At xa.av. LANCASTER, KY. fifty or sixty times asking for a place man will waltz to tho music of a The Fourth battalion of the Kentucky the part of the projectors of the Fair, in CaDiinlnluner OsrrtrJ Circuit Court. Will Muter 1, and I say bo has no right to ask it manifest duty, bis majority will ex- Btate Guard, Maj.M. II. Crump command their etlort to make the entcrpilse success prsctlrs ia all lbs Courts of llsrrsrJ soil ailjalnlnf ing, U encamped nt Gimp Proctor Knott, ful. Our people do not ermll themselves countlsa sod In IbsOourtof Apprals. when Swope haa not resigned. Swopo ceed oven tho greater figuro. We to be beaten in anything of the kind, and is a fixed quantity and ho will remain therefore call upon tho committees Clrajreon Springs. The 17th annual encampment of tho are doing their best ou this. 1, whero ho is." Here Mr. McKeo at and subcommittees of tho various Or. Brown was out until a late hour Notice of Incorporation I Grand Army of the Kermbtic U being held tempted to say that be was not an ap- counties to go to work while it is call this week at Denver. Fully the on Saturday night superintending 20.000 old Nolle la btrolir and organize for the grand veterans will be preent. plicant for Swope'd placo, when tho ed ay erection ol a commodious pavlllion, or pa- JohnK West, J V flfsn thatII ths Cook, It. Tomllnsoo.John acgoda, or panorama, for the accommodation 11. Woodcock, Win. II KlnuitrJ.J l riasdller, president broko out in a violent que- est results. iioianu owain, arretted for etealing a II C. Merlin idJ II 11 llurJstl, hats lhl day of the West End Hop Club and ita expect- lneorporstr.1 ihtuMliM, unlsr ChsptrrMof th ledger from tie at Nashville, ry, "What ho was there for?" Phil. Tin: great telegraph operators' sljls of ed guests. The structure is located in the OenerslStstntM, under tho "The Hsrraril Winds Collrfo." ibelr principal Thompson, seeing that thero might be strike continues with but little show of stated In court that he did so at the in pleasant little grove In the doctor's beauti- plaroof business Is Lsnrailrr, Kf .and In nature trouble, said, "Mr. President, wo will an early adjustment of tho differences stance of M. T. Polk, from whom he re ful grass lot near his residence. The ilanc-1- of the buaintMls lbs nUMihionl snd a College fcir ths Hucallon or ftinalro. celled $175. not occupy your tinio any further." between the companies nnd strikers. are anticipating a lively time. Let no Tbsa'uounlofrspllsl stock Is on bundrrl thousP. H. General Greabam caught two of and dollars (I iOO.uoo) with prltllrca to Inrrmao iald lu upon terras and la "Very well, sir," said tho president, So far enough operators havo been ths his department clerka indulging in oscula reporter, however, telephonic or otherwise, suchamount, to bo as tha llosrd aarrt Trualros war of lustillments as he walked into an adjoining room, (,Mxl prracrtb. to tory and other soony business and imme make any allusion to tho ''light fantastic," shall bare alter SO Jaja1 nolle and slier corn outsidoof tho brotherhood Ths corporation been whero Mr. Thompson says ho heard nearly keep up with the business and diately discharged them. He was getting Ac. Some of our boys, who stand on a menrrsthls day aulrrllrl ISS3) and shall ronllnu THE(June 20, broad basis of No. 0 brogans, might consid- 23 rears. Tboalfilrtof thsconwallon sr to unmistakable evidences that wassail tho strike is in consequence, not $1,800 per year and slie$l,200. conduclod by nln Trustees, to I oterled snnu ally by the shareholders on tho id Wednedr lu The Cincinnati Enquirer haa found a er tho thing offensive. and wine wore tho congenial compan- so disastrous to buiinoas and other tb each lbs IncorporaThe corn crop is very promising at Junoto be year afteruntil yrsr ISU; Wrdnradar In young woman in Ohio who haa feet 18 tho 2d tors Truilers ions in whoso bosom Arthur sought affair as it might bo. We believe with a favorable season will be June, lSJI. Tho Hoard ufTiuiteei shall elect inches long, 8 inches' wide and 10 inches present and and Treasurer al'reolJenl, a refugo." That was pretty bad treat- that in tho first placo the opera around the instep. The girl' name ia heavy. The wind storm of Monday night, This corporation shalleJecrctarr aor atimo .ul.Jetl not at sum axreater Indebtedness than Itiell ment to be euro. Perhaps Mr. Ar- tors demanded too much. They had Fannin Mills and she weight but 10!) broke a great deal oil", but did not materi- 15,000.toand ths prltils property of thsIhikKkhold-er-ot a Very few of lncorporalo-- s Is to b and la eiempled ally injure the general yield. snd thur will find out yet that McKee is a grievances and great ones hut they iroumls. from corporate debts. This 20tbdar of June, 1SSJ. The signal of the Brotherhood of Tel- the farmers are threshing their wheal; the JOHN K. WEST, JOHN 11 WtKIMCOCK, bigger man than ho supposed in view- should havo been a litllo more moder -ANDJ. V. CttOK, egraphers tent out from New York, direct- majority having stacked in hope of a bet- H. I1.TUULINSON, KINNAIIlb, WW. II J. I' HANDIKEIt, ing his stature. ate and perhaps the trouble would ing the strike, was, u. m. niniDKrr "Gen. Grant dropped ter market. The storm alluded to was of a. c nuutiNu, The Louisvillo Commercial, which have been averted. So far they have dead." On its reception every member of the cyclonic order moving from N. W. to try it never so hard, can not throw of! conducted themselves with great or the Brotherhood left his key, and the S.K. ita course from Mrs. Alcorn's on the Hanging Fork, to Mr. Alford's, south of its old republican predilections, albeit der and decorum and so long as they strike was begun. The Kentucky Central lias received a Turnersville, is distinctly marked upon the it claims to be an independent paper, uso no violence and resort to no un timber. Richard Bibb' house was directand in tho present campaign is put- lawful means to secure their demands, aew freight locomotive from the works at ly in the line, but escaped serious injury. Schenectady, N. Y, It has eight driving ting in its best licks for tho rcpubli public sentiment will bo in their favor. wheels, and is the largest The Danville Advocate is gushing over ever brought to dislikes aboveall things It is tho right of every American citi this aeclion, weighing can ticket. It the exploit of cutting SG acre of wheat in e tons. il 4 days by John Craig with one of the to boo Col. Morrow's resolution intro- zen to quit work when he thinks that Lexington Press. and most vaunted machine. This Is Tho Kentucky Association at Lexingduced in tho Stato Senate in 18GG, in the consideration for his services is very respectable work for Boyle; but regard to negro suffrage, paraded inadequate, but when ho wont work ton has leased its course to C. F. Simonds, Woodie Green, a Lincoln county boy, cut !ecauso it knows that himself nor allow others to do so, ho of the Phoenix Hotel, for a term of C years, tho public, the consideration being $13,000, Situomls, last week 93 acres In 0J days; and that with sensible colored pcoplo will refuse to goes a little further than he has tho by an act of Legislature, already controlled au old McCormlck Dropper; a difference of support a man, who soveral years af- right and further than ho will be bus the pooling privileges. nearly 4 acres per day. I have another Inter thoir freedom, wished to forbid tained by the public. It seems liko a John L lleckmer, for five years pist stance of Lincoln push: One day last week thorn the proud prerogative of tho compromise could early bo effected, if Supreme Treasurer nf the order of Catho- Uriah Duun and son started in the fore7 American citizen and by taxing them either party showed a disposition and lic Knights of America, defeated for re- noon 5 miles beyond Wayncshurg with election last May, haa railed for Kurojie. mules, two of wldch they rode; stoped in without allowing representation, keep wo trust for the sake of all concerned His accounts are short for variously esti- Hustbnville au hour and delivered their them in even worse bondage than be- that it will be speedily made. , Is to proi'iin stock at Lebxnon an hour before mated sums ranging Irom $2,000 to fore. But it it does net on the Com haviug made, with a lot of Tun Stato Central Comraittco urg mercial Iiko a red rag shaken in the es upon the County Committees tho The Hangman got In a good day's mules, over 60 mllca in considerably less faco of a hull, wo can not retrain from importance of providing each voting work Friday. At Lexington, Ky., Dan. than a day. again presenting it to tho public, and place in their jurisdiction with printed Timberlake was hanged for rape; at Memfor tho'eako ef emphasis we employ the tickets containing both the names of phis, Tenn., Robert Wilson for murder, and at Canton, O., George McMillan for wife beautiful italic: our Stato tickot and tho nominees for murder; with numerous other Kint to DEPARTMENT. 0. Resolved, That Vie Congress, of tho Legislature. Theso tickets can bo hear from and Judge Lynch yet to report. Vie United Stales has no pouxr, under l tho ltOll'J.'. XX. WEHT, Xiaitor. lu procured for n moro song and as tho Timberlake vowed his innocenca with his Vie eecond section of tlia thirteenth Committee LANCASTER. shows last lingering breath. says "experience amendment to the Constilulioh of Vie that at each general election "Coal Oil Johny," whose right nume Sunday was tho hottest day of the seamany United Stales, to pass any law granting persons, from inadvertenco, vote for was John Williams, the noted bunko steer-e- r son the thermometer stood about 97" "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," and thief, of Cincinnati, has run in his Tho wheal market closed laat week at Vie right of suffrage in the Stales to perthe local candidates aloue, who would, I.ANCAHTEI!, KY. sons of African descent, and Vial we are with such tickets provided, veto also last victim and the unwary will hare cause 'Jr cents. Some small advance were made for rejoicing, lie was shot dead while during the week, but nothing permanent. opposed to granting suffrage to persons for tho State ticket. A general comaleeping in the arms of a courtesan at Ter-r- e Mr. B. M. Burdett delivered a speech of that class by the Stale. o pliance with this suggestion wo Haute by his wife, who had been hunt- at the Monday afternoon in GEO.D.BUIIDETT&CO., ' will make a difference of 15,-0- 00 ing him for several dars. the interest of the Garrard Female College. The New York Simon being chargThere will bo laughter over the news 1'ioprlctois- The Nicholasville base hall nine htve or 20,000 votes in our favor." ed with hating Garfield living and from Utah that a Moruton Bishop has been challenged the Lancaster nine to play a continuing to hate him dead, says, When wo commenced to publish arrested for blowing up two nf his wives match-gamat the former place sometime "We never hated him and do not hate Mr. Barnes' interesting and valuable by putting dynamite under their bed. The soon, i lie challenge will be accepted. The closing exercises of Ihe colored him now. Wo always were sorry for letters from theold world, wonnnounced Bishop has, in any event, given a hint of a Garfield; Borry that ho perverted his that papers reproducing them without new way for abolishing olygauiy. Few public school will take place Ihe 27th lost. Wishing to Closo Out My life and his talents to such deplora- credit, would havo no further oppor of the Utah damsels will be anxious to be- and will consist of a picnic at Jackman'a Stock, come polygamous wives if they can only do woods, and a concert st the City Hall at ble usee; sorry that when ho was con- tunity of doing so as wo would immenight. so at the risk of sleeping over dynamite, fronted by tho evidence of his Credit diately striko them from our exchango ihere was no stock on the market to I Will Sell at Reduced Bates for During the fiscal year ending June 30 Cash., Mobilier corruption, be did not face list. In conformity with that an- this nation received from other countries day, (County Court day,) excepting a few With llio oiio-hui'Cultivator, can thoroughly clean the truth like a man, hut instead ho nouncement wo havo "dropped" sov- 690,114 immigrants, a decrease of 189,878 plug horses. There was comparatively a small crowd in town, the farmer being My Stock Consists of Qroceries, Hardrefuge in lies and perjury;sorry eral and will continue to do so as occa- over the returns for 1882 and of 70,317 sought tho weeds out of llvo acres of corn per day. busy with their meadows. ware, Glass and Qaeensware, that his wholo career was stained with sion presents itself. It was a reasona- over those for 1881. A part of this deDt, Louis McMurtry, formerly of this creasenearly 40,000 of It must be at- such varied delinquencies; sorry that, ble demand to make and the paper of Louisvillo, is in town. Col, Canned Fruits, Baridlerr anil Harness tributed to the enforcement of the law place, now &o., fto. while in him the talking faculty was that is too mean to grant it, is much against Chinese immigration, J, II. Bruce and oilier gentlemen from which has Short-horsales so voluble, tho faculty of honesty and too mean for journalistic favor. resulted In shutting off nearly the whole this county, attemled Ihe Thoso luJsbtsd U us will pleiss call sud ssttla in Clark and Fayette counties last wtek. truthfulness was so fceblouud so faint. t tuuil bsis tbs wooer. Tom Tiiuhii gavono troo exhibi- number of persons coming from Asia, The new reached here this morning Jul 2, ISM. If. T. HftKK.V. Gen. Morgan's daughter has written What hatred could bo possible toward tions of himself during life but in Cotes, who was receutly reto the Secretary of the Morgan lleunlon that George With tho Sulkoy Harrow and Cultivator, can clean such a character? What hatred is poa. death the crowd which ever stands Association in reply to an Invitation as fol- leased from fall at this place on bail, had siblo now? It is a sad and painful his- ready to attend a free show, wero ac ten acres of corn per day. killed a mau at Boone's Gap, in Madison Articles of Incorporation lows: "It will give me great pleasure to be tory and we grievo over its wretched- commodated. His remains, it is said, present on the occasion of the reunion of county. The particular of the killing or TII- Kness. Yet, to leave it in silence is were viewed by fully 10,000 people, the gallant and distinguished men who could not he teamed. one-hors- e Rev. J. IL James, pastor of the Bap. McKINNKY CKMirrtiKY CO. -not allowed us. Whon this groat ar- not half of whom would havo gono were led by my dear father nnd who shar ed with him the perils of war. Ilia friends list church at this place, has been granted Pecksniff:) and pretenders set ray of 1. Di U. Jom. U. H. UcKlnnsy and K. I. Tan- had tho admission boon ovon ten two-hors- e sasuclslcd are dear to ine, and meeting so many a month' vacation by hi church. He is osr bare .. ... ...... tbeuiaolres.1.IV...U.A ..C an lu- toaatberas -themselves up to falsify history and to cents. . t.K .! (.. Inst, to Mia Anule u.afa of them on this occasion, will be an event to be married the 25th luaiisuliig and loolrollug a ceiueterjr to Ik locatul palm off this mau upon tho future as miles from SIcKluno ou Bmokkiw who expected to pay less in my life filled with indescribable emo- Weareu, of Kirksvllle, and with hi bride about on and lbs Ulddkjburg luruplks. will visit hi parent in Kansas. a hero and a saint, must not tho sim- for their cigars whou tho reduction of tions and forever to be remembered." 2. Ihsneuersluatursftf the Incorporation shall JSjA.2L.1I! bs ths purihssa sud IruproTsueot of grounds for The Chesaiieake & Ohio's earning for ple fact be revived in its own vindica- tho tax on cigars went into effect aro Paint Lick. comsterr puroes and lbs sals of burial lots tbsrs-lJune were $.I20,2 which is $55,143 more tion?" There baa been sevenc ate of cholera disappointed. Thoir imoko after din than for the same month last year. Hluce S. Thoaurouut orcspllalstoik Is to bsuutlrss (fJOO), this vicinity, After five weeks of balloting for ner is just as expeusivo as when the January 1 the earnings have been $1,71)9,539 morbus In present Indications we will have than Ihroo huudrod dollars illrwtors.to bo paid lu beaefrreuuetUd br tbs From 4. Tho Incorporation shall comment on lb Id Hampshire without old tax was levied. Tho reduction of an increase of 28 per cent, as compared Senator in Now darofjulr UuU, another assistant In Ihe pot office soon. d 0. '1 bo stfolrs of Ilia Incorporation sro to tho Legisjaturo has concluded tax from SO to S'l a thousand has ouly with the first 0 uiontha of 1882. The com. result, DruiutueN have been a thick for Ihe br Itrea directors, tbs Ural alMlluu of pauy haa made arrangements with an Eng. last two weeks aa June bugs In blackberry wbou shall ba bsM lbs 7lti dar of July l43 sud to take a rest for a few daya. In the affected the wholesale price. thereafter tbs directors ara to ba elected ou tha time. Miw. Lanotuy mailed for England lisit steamship compauy for direct commuBrst Mondsrlu July lii every firth yesr, ths aleo meantimo, it is to be hoped that thoso or Ihs slock The eyeolng train was about four llous to ba wsdo by tbs between Its eastern terminus at who have been voting for Secretary yesterday with 8100,000 of American nication la not In money, levied from us lor a took at Newport News and Liverpool. The first hour late Saturday evening, caused by a 0. I'll lucoruurstlou beyond to Incur aur dol Chandler will ceo tho error of thoir debtedness or llatlllly Ihrea huuJred boauty, which does not come under steamer will sail from the former port land slide on the track. lars. way awl givo the old cuss tho grand the head of Mr. H. M. Argo haa torn down his old 7. Tbs csullal stock shall U dlvlJcJ luto absres "nrottv is as pretty docs" September 1. Subsequent sailings will be of 14. bounce. It is timo tho manipulaton judging by the scandalous maimer in governed by the amount of freight ollsred house and will commence ths erection of u s. Frivals properly Is Is bs sisupt from corps- It.M.JOXKS. beautiful residence forthwith. His sou, rata dsbts. were rel- which she has acted with by the company, except that one steamer ot the Hayes fraud In 1870, u.aviifVKV. KM- William, Is superintending it for bita. will sail every mouth, K. I., i'.I.VNt'H, oblivion. egated to short-horn- NOTICE! IM-7- Ice! loo! loo! ,!! III-l- ie Ighly-lhre- e AT AND BELOW na non s- We will sell yon anything in Summer Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes at and below cost to reduce stock. Don't Ww'get Ifcese; Hxtwrnt Suits, now $5, $ 7, $ 9, $10, $12.50 was 7, 10, 12, 14. 17.50 i !JI-lj- r Shoes,now 75c, Slippers, was $1, to-d- State-hous- was l.OO, 1.25, 1.50, 2 Children's Shoes and Slippers cordingly. 50c, 1.50, 2, 1.50 2, 2.75 75, 1.25 tnalnto-nsDro- st BRUGES, WARREN -- t CO. d QUICKEST TO GLEAM lM-3- .'' Landretli's CHEAPEST WAT fifty-thre- 11-e- bo-far- o In Bulk, WEEDY CORN and the 0. Nicest Line of wrong-heade- d Garrard County FURNITURE I.nm-HHli'rH- A Kalamazoo or Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Cultivator. esti-mat- Court-hous- '4 ' CHEAP FOR CASH. One Man and One Horse Ro n One Man and Two Horses. Cultivator, Cultivator, 1. 11 Price of Price of $10. $40 oos-hal- f u. baron-ducte- IBY FOR GEO. D. WEAKEN, NTANl ahara-bolde- OItI, KY., touij-auy- . Green & Williams, Hustonvillo. Ky., W, L. Withers. Lancaster, Ky., R. H. Wearon, Richmond. Ky. J , on mMXilIttkl itlmff3 wmI (IcnMAN M11.T.RT at bottom fignrea Sevr.iur, light thowere yeaterday after noon cooled to aome extent the torrid Ilrlght A Curran. Tuesday Morning, -- July 21, 1883 NOTICE. The date printed with your name the label ihowi the time to which your inbieriptien hat been paid. If it doei not read Jnly 24, '83, or aome future date, you are in arrears and would confer a favor by forwarding the money for another year'a subscription. We mutt eitablith the system. o IAN " LOCAL .. TIME CARP. . . Mall train going North Mouth t'lpreeelraln" Knulh .. ..- M 1 on I . , " Norh -.. . 1 S3 Illi r. r. . M . U. LOCAL NOTCCS. i Huy 1'aint of l'jnry A MrAllsler. . Nick slo.sk ol'lilrTJula rnnl t I'rnnv A wai the hnlleiit diy experienced McAlialer'. heie thl year, though the mercury didn't Htaniiami reailr nilicil paint at A Hum'. go higher than 1)5". Hut thermometer lie J(M. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny liko lomblune, for in two of them ever A McAIIster aola agent. lell Ihe tame tale. WATCIIW, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired T: will not take KMlagn tam ia payand warranted by l'enny A McAIIster. (Iivkn up tint Molloberta A Btagp; make ment of lubocriplton. Do not nead them tbt lat Hoda Water In Hie world. Try it. lo it. Paper money i aa aafe lo lend In a Maciiinr Oil, which will neither heal letter. We have more lam now than nor Rum, GO cenU per Kalian. Also extra we can uie In a year. alratneil lard oil at Mcltoberta A SUrsV Wr. havo aecured the aervicca of It. S. . Tuemlay week last Iamt at the time of runaway nccldent to J. 8. Draper, a comjietenl miller from Ohio, and , will commence grinding to day. MachineMurphy, a lady'a niorroco with ry and every thing in containing a small icold order and gold dollar bangle; also some change, among which a a nickel with lha Ti ml we guarantee the he! of Hour. Will huy oil, Anv one returning the name will he all Ihe good wheal In thl eecllon. McAI-I'lrr- , Hal lee A Co. Murphy. liherally rewarded. Mc-ltol- rt 1'ockil-t-iiookpocket-bookneck-chaiGrat-clrr- a Adam (Pcncr aold hl crop of wheat yeaterday to the Lllcoln Mill at II It la For Balk, A handaome realdence. extra good, Wlllaell rery cheap. W. Craig, Stanford. MiCMBtng of Ihe porcine family are aeen C'Al.t and fee the new patent foot real much ton often on the atreeta of our town for rocking chair, the moit delightful which ha an ordinance agalnat their run' thing out. II. K. Wearen. nlng at large. Doe Ihe Marthal catch on? Your account ia now readf for you. No mail ynlenUy, which account for 1'leaae rail ami aetlle at your earliest con the absence of Danville and Somerael letrrnience, aa I need the money. II. C, ter and later general note. Wr, howevIlrlght. er, give our iiaual quota of pretty fair Turn out all ye democrat, and repub. reidlng. The telegrapher and Ihe mall Ilcanaloo.tohear Hon J, Proctor Knotl'a men may airlke, but the iNTrnion Jourpeeeh at Stanford, Tlmraday afternoon nal will appear light along every Tueiday next. and Friday, and now I the time lo aub- TllR letting nf the grading and maannir acrihe. of lh new lreela will ha nn the 2d day of (iKOitiiK (Ikntiiv, ihe colored republi Aiifiii-- t aadnnt the 30th a the adverllae- can, hold tho balance of power In hi menlfcadll lat weak. party. The while metnliera want to put 1 llcxi indebted lo mn will confer a fa out a candidate for Ihe Legislature, but vnr by calling and Milling their account. (lenlryaiya if they have any candidate it I need the mnne and Irtiat ihla little re- - mut he he. They don't want a negro, hence tliey will have no candidate. rillrot will ha hceilrd. II. fl Itm.l.r Thlnffi li Wlii-11I (htmnua ticket to the K. 0. aale at Mcltoberta A SliggV. dfjot for old familiar shout of gratitude la the only word that quite fill the bill. That doe, all glory to Hi name, who begin, continue and finl.hesl The grand total for the t meeting held tince nur arrival In England foot up a follow: Hoxlon G2I: Hlghgata .133; Ha ling 11 1; Stratford le Bow 822; scattering (at Dirty Line,Ao,)21. Total 1,003. The LOUD good! We are ofl for ScotlamPln an hour if the LOUD will. All well. Km in Jesus. Oro.O, BARwra. Im Dalkeith, Scotland, Jnly Vnr IKBANK HOUSK, 2nd, 188.1 rot,!,, t a ,. u( )I1U make lha whirs ral liia llllla jirk DEATHS Tuck r.11 -- After an IllncMof two week of Ivplioid fever, Air. John C.Tucker died at the home of her brother-in-laMr. Will Tucker, In Doyle, on Sunday morning at 5 o'clock, aged L2 vear. Le than two month ago she waa led a amil-In- g, hippy bride lo the altar, with aa bright propecU of a long lifo a anybody, hut the fell dettroyer laid hi icy touch on her young heart and today the proud groom of a few wreka ago aland dejected and dlaconaolale, mourning the loaa of her to whom ahe wa indeed a treasure. 8h wa a daughter of Mr. John Ildmliton, of Crab Orchard, and wa known f.ir her wcliieofdiKMlllnn and amiability of character. A memlirr of the Ohri.lim. Churrh from an early aKr. ahe waa an earneat anil (rue follower of the lowly Je-lo whom ho haa been taken in lha bright morning of life. Our aymnathlea are extended lo the bereaved huthaml and family in Iheir dark hour of grief for their Irreparable Ion. The remain were taken to Crab Orchard for Interrmcnt and tho eervicc conducted by Kid. J. O. Uv u, 10 Jl J y!t. y Bright found a anake froren aaalilTa a Kiker letweeii Ihe C'LAltA IIli.m ha gone lodrorge-town- , Mlw Itrera of ire In Ida father' ice Iioiikc the to visit friends. other day. It waa aome four feel long, a MisaGcortnii: llniunr, of Kinlneur, large a a woman' writ!, and had no 1 vlilllng MIm Louana Jamra. doubt crawled In to get cool, when he got Mim MaiiY I'otket, of Harrodsbiirir, more than he bargained for. la visiting MIm Maltie l'axlon. Tlir. Cumberland Fall Hotel, kept by Carr. II. T. IltJiii, wife and children hate none toCIajk county to visit relative. Mr. a. Owen, Ii the mot pleaaant piece H. T. 0 m mix, Ijjh, of Cuero, Texan, Ihe mountain to apend the lummer, either for the invalid or pleasure reeker. It la visiting relatival and frlanda in Ihla mineral water are fine, the fishing and inglon. UAniiY I!. IlLii4, of Memphis, Tenn., hunting good, the lioating nice and the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. iathe gueat of the family of Mr. If, T. culnine jiiat aplendld. Stage meet the dally train on the C.H. H. B, and lake you Harris. Managed b John B. fith. Mnaiis. Jamea T. Craig and George to the Fall for aupcr. We aro authorized to announce M. J. McAlialer left Htturday fur a season nt Cook aa the republican candidate to repre-aen- t Duuimi the aontinuanca of th South-aCumberland FalU. Laurel and Bockculle countie in Ihe Kiponitlon, at Lotiiavill, Ky., Mill V. M. McAfix., are Mill Maggie Atiguat 11, and continuing 100 next Legislature. Atigimt election 8 t Crow, of Missouri, Won a visit In her fathlay), ibeLuui'TllleA Kaahvilla Bail-ra- d er, Mr. Jamea Crow, will tell F.icurion Tickat from any BKU. BARNES IN SCOTLAND. Miss Mahv ami) I.urir. Dukk, a pair ef ila alationa lo Iiiilaville at one far or "IMIAIHG 'XMI IS of handaome Danville ladlea, are the f,tiel the rouad trip. Time Ticket will ba on 102 8nACKr.EWFM. Lane, of Mr. J. I. lUiler. aala every day, froai L A N. atation and Dalston, Ix)NIon, K. June "29th, '83 Mim JrNNiK ItonntM. of llarrode- - will be good II dara, allowing ample time Drar Imlnior burg, arrived yesterday and (a the guest of to lean wiite aomething heller thl viIt the Qrealatt Kipoilion ever held Mr. Dr. T. It. Montgomery. time than akelche of travel and deacrip in the Hoalh, and facond only to lha KLli. 8 II. Kind, who haa suftered so lion of placea wo l and licop'e we meet. at Philadelphia. Ion);, I rapidly declining and hta death ia Praise ihe LOUD for hi own good work Bob-bI'RIKNMof Bobbin and no doubt eiecled at almost any lime. in Stratford le Bow. From Ihe very firt hiniatlf are trying lo make capital the power of the LOUD Mil Asiirit Owit.Kr who haa been wa preoent, not to confined to hta horn for several month, among Ihe colored voter by telling them be rejected, hut "lo heal," because lovingthai Judge Hill i for a atock law, which ly and gratefully recognized wa reported Tery much won laat night. and accepted, Dr. J. V. l'r.YToH, Mie Annie and will co nip I their owuern to keep them in I have already reported the first two ervl-c- e for a whipping-poa- t Mary Urown,Babra Pennington and J. V. their own encloattle and with 21 and .11 confeaslona respectivelaw. Both of lhee charget are abeo- - ly. That waa Hajden left for ItockcaatleFprlng veter- the harvest of Tuesday and lutely falae. He I for neither law and ha Wednesday night. day. Thursday night Ihe ao exprrtucd hlmaelf frequentlr lotlt In attendance wa good, Mk. J. I'. MoKlNnr.r, of l)uillle, with a marked inand lira. J. T. Mckinney, of Uichmond, public and in private. For our own pirl, crease and Ihe LOUD gave 18 confession were the guesl of Cipt. and Mra. (leo, II. we would like to aay truthfully that "he of the dear Name. Friday night, another waa for the whlpptng-jt- , McKiwier! Sunday. ai we believe gloriotia meeting, though not so large a Although aufleriiig from a severe cold thai aurh a law would he of great advan- the night before; 2.1 confession. Saturday Sunday Dr. Cox preached an exrellcut tage lo the Stale in preventing crime. night, the people are all marketing for aeruion Sunday morning. A l night, Wk have It from a reliable rource that Sunday and a a general thing it i almost he waa unable to appear. Bobbltt haa agreed with Cap!. Boone that imowtible to get them to cume to meeting. Dlt. AM Mil. WVATT I. LKTVIIKIt, of he will vole a many of hi follower for But, aa in Hoxton, we found no difficulty Covington, arriTed at Mr. Forratu field's, him aa he can, provided Boone induce liia in gelling an audience, though sensibly Saturday, The Dr. returned yeaterday, republican friend to vote for Bobhitt. We thinner than usual; 18 more came to Je-- u Mra. Letcher will remain aomctlme. Sunday, we were gladdened by a re can not believe that many men, who claim Mlb lt.C. VrifAliLR and liia pretty to be democrat, will vole fur Bobbin, but turn In our oldfashlnned triple aervicea, young wife, of I'liiihethlown, were here we wNh thoee few lo know how they ate lo and the LOUD gave great power to the Saturday rn route home Mr. Venahle ia he traded oil. A vote for Bobbin i worne woul; "Oconfeiwcd the Savior at the It A. an old Virginian; at prevent an engineer than a vote for a rtdiral, The democracy h. uncling At the ;' r. m. service for the on the K. 0. It. It. hi put forth a candidate and it i for Ihe children we had the largest ingathering of Mil. J.J. liuooitx, of the Park Thea103 of them iicccm of the urly, not mi much a for Ihe Utile one yet wltne-nedtre, Kichuiond, waa here Friday to attend the euccee of Judgo Hill, that every dem- came to the children' Savior and the meeting of theatrical manager, which the ocrat rhould fit; I it hi Imiinden duty to dnely packed congregilion seemed deepwaa to hate been held here hut which had ly moved by the strange sight. At night vole for him. been preiloualy KwlK)insl. tho LOUD give another gosd meeting with An Kxtknsivk Wlitcif. On Sunday 4(5 11. U.Jmjkh, a prominent Mit. confession, about the largest number of In the 1'. O. Department, aad one of afternoon an engine and nine freight car eoiila in a single day we have seen since the mot obliging of gentlemen, waa here luoko through the bridge acrooa the Boiling that glorioil time in Ihe Frankfort PeniFork at New Haveu and were completely a few daa ago, looking after the Irregu-Itrtltentiary. Praise ihe LOUD. Monday in (lie Irainiiilmiun of Iho Intkiiioii wrecked. The engineer, Mr. ltobb, waa night wa a lowering and unpleasant one and we ato in hoiea that the vlightly hurt and the fireman, Mr. Joe A good deal Jouunau of rain had lalleu during the trouble hereafter will be remedied. He Folk, and Mr, lenoti, a brakrmau ma day and Ihe night wa very threatening. nome 40 aaaured ua that It waa hla intraliuii to gite vcrely tcaldrd, The brldgu I that Ihe uieu But the largest rongregttion muie out that maila by the night expresa Iralna to feet high ami lliu wonder ua we have had on a week day night yelj 30 noon aa the uuceiuary arrangeuienla could wero not killed outright. The low to Ihe notil reHnded to Ihe call of Jesus for volrailroad company very great a beidde e be tflected, which Jflll be of great unteers. Thl closed the first week, with to our cilliena. It will not then take the low of the bridge, the cugine, the car entirely ruined. Ihe unexampled total of CfiS, after only 9 three daya to get an anawer from Loitla-vlll- e nnd Ihe freight are aluioat I How often during this The cumpany ha put a large force of sermona preached aa at present. hand to repair the bridge but it may take memorable first week have Marie and I aaid: "Don't you know they are praying LOCAL MATTERS. aeveral daya to admit the pannage of train for in America?" We have felt the over it. In the meantime paitmrnger and A CurranV Ciukk MtLtJt at Ilrlght of power llicwe prayer gavo u, like baggago are transferred, but the train are thrill Fhuit Jara and Cana at liruce, Warren greatly delayed. The Kiprem which wtul an electric shock of love cabled serosa the aa surely and even lea myaterloualy A Co'a. down at 1! 'Si A. M. yenterday ruturnetl at 2 aea, Twelve jiounda pure berry nugar for brought neither mail nor pa than huaineiM mesaage aent by the Atlan M. but it $1. Bright Curran. per, i lie mail tralu uad not arrlvetl at tic wire. Oh, ye, who "abide by Ihe atufl," at home, aud are to have ahare and share 8 o'clock lal night and it waa not eitwcted Chau Ouoiiaiiii Si'iNdu ia filling up alike "with lhoe who go out to till 10. the gueala now retorted lo number on I You little dream of the Juikjb Jill.!, played a neat trick 011 Bob- war," pray orer 300. good you are doing. Behold theao first bltt a few night einco at McKiuuey, By Wk hare the largeat atoclc of fruit jar nome mean he learned that Bobbltt wa to fruit and halt not in petition until the "world' harvest" I fully reaped. I ihall low In Iowa and can give you recial apeak there and although he wa aome 25 be in a new place of service day by day Bright A Curran. or 'M mile oil', he concluded to go and yeu need not fear asking for the nut him, He arrived In lime to llaten thing TilK Booth privilege or the Danwllle twice. I would not have you Iniult Fair hate bet 11 aecureI by S. H. Myera and from the oulalde to Bobbin' my dear Master' love by doing that. harangue and hi aancition. that Hill waa Joe F, Water, of thl place. Tuesday night, still lowering and unpleaa-an- t, afraid to meet him in joint ducuralon. but an increased attendance, deeper Tiik Danville Fair, which laalwayaa "You ace" he continued, "he I nut here interest and 30 confessions. Wedneeday ucceaaful exhibition, will commence Aug. although he knew of my appoint- night, a still larger congregation, Iho larg7th and continue I daya. The premium ment. No, geutlemeii, he la not here aud est of a week day night, with every aeat are many and very liberal. no Kwer on earth could hatdly force htm fillet). The dear Holy Spirit' ower waa In regard to taking the vote for here," At thl juueture the Judge put in The law manifest and 17 came to Jeau. Thursday an appearance, amid audi deafentug ahouta night, tenth and laat, and twelfth calling a Conatltutlonal Convention la uertuon in thl iaatte. Bead It nnd don't that Bobbin' discomfitute waa complete. at Stratford. The houso crowded to ita utforget lo vole In the allirmalive, when Ha then let looee on hi unncrupulou most capacity. The dear LOUD crowned election day come. and one by one tore the feather the occasion in Hi own blessed way with from hi plume, till he waa iudeed a pitiaProprietor, Mr. 77 coufexiion of Jeeut' precloua name. Hail's WKLi.-T- I.e JaaliSwlth, ha aecured the tervictt of ble object to behold. The audience waa Thl last service, therefore, goe far Enoch, of Ibanou, aa houae keejier with hint from the atari aud cheered hi ahead of any other yet held; 822 in 10 of hla pleaaant little reaort and Invito the utterance to the echo. The iwoiile of that day, with only 12 sermons, tell of Increaseectluu are delighted with the youthful publio to give him a call, aurlng them orator and aay that they will aee to It that ing power In the LOHD.of advancing blew-Inif we are true to Him and even"more that he It fully prepared to entertain In hi majority liAugul U fully 600. Hurrah for Hill. to follow." PBAISBTIIBLOUDI The the beat of (trie. PERSONAL lh . FunzrjSNAKi:.-lTr- ' g into the pait three daja that I hardly know Low lo attack the unwieldy ma of raw material for "Foreign Correspondence." But knowing how little i ever gained by talking about dlfficullie, I will begin somehow and write It nut aa best I can: We left London on the 10.35 train on the Great Northern Hallway, which atari from King' Croa Station. A kind friend, with whoso mission in the east of London we have promised to labor, a soon aa we return from Scotland, walled for ua with a lovely bouquet of (lower and a box of fresh trawberrics) plucked from hi own garden It waa a very delicate attention that we fully appreciated. Speaking of slrawher rirs, I may a well notice here that the London market is almoit glutted with I hem and that I have never seen more luscious, lirgsr nor cheaper berries than in the laat week. We eal them twice and aoinetime three time a day, aa a matter of health and economy. They make ua quite independent of the butcher. Cherries, also, of delicious flavor and in great abundance, are in tho height of their acason now, Cipt. Standish' proverb, "you can not have cherries In Kent in the seaaon of Christmas," tell that cherries are very common in Kent in the right season, which cover the last of June and the first of Ju ly. Superb strawberries for 12c (CJ) a qt.; clierie ditto, apricot 2c (Id) each. These are the three fruit on the market now. We got a comfortable compartment by being at the atation in advance of time and shilling to the proper the functionary. One trunk alone between us, took the care of much baggage ofl of our minds. Edinburgh I juit 400 mile and the time by our train 10 hour, including stoppage in the aggregate of about of an hour, if not a whole one. The rate of iecd, therefore, average about 15 mile rather a terrific rate. The 10 o'clock train i called tho "Flying Scotchman," with an average speed of 50 mile, making the journey in 9 hours with nearly the same Tnlertnr Ho much haa been crowded slop. noitl)" vl-i- it how-arc- r, ; olU-cl- al y 1 1 couth-nlenc- 11 rap-idlj- r, n We saw much in spile of the treinendoua rale at which we ran. We had taken the precaution of laying in an "Illustrated Guide" of the unknown route, which ia the clicipesl and beat thing of the kind I hate yet aeen. It cost but 0 pence; ha a panoramic picture of the route; double tracka on all the pages, with namea of atations; tunnel passed; river crossed; junction and crossings; those place to be aeen on the left, described on the left; those on the right explained on the right; with historic al and accurate information carefully com piled and compactly stated, tegarding every point of interest along the line. Only one drawback. The train stopped at only 8 or 10 place out of the 50 or more described, and flew past the other at such a tre mendous pice that one could not even read the name af .1 out of 4. Then, touch ing not a fe,w of the points of great interest, while the book elated that they "might" be seen from the railway, they certainly were not seen by us and we were obliged to conclude that they could only be obierved by one getting out of the train and seeking an advantageous standpoint to view them neither of which could be done while we going 45 miles an hour. Then, at other times, juat a we would fix a hasty glance of recognition upon some object we longed lo have a cood look at, the train would dart into a long tunnel or a deep cut and Uial wa the laat chance; lor when wo emerged, the point waa passed beyond hope of recall. But these fw disappointment were only "spots on the sun." For the most part we aaw with great satisfaction In general, what we saw waa a landscape aa lovely a Bourbon county, or Fayette, nearly all the way; with hawthorn heJge ruw Instead of our unsightly fences; cattle aud theep peacefully grazing; crop glori 011 in luxuriance and beauty; hay being busily gathered; farming more like garden Ing than anything else; everything aa beau ti fill a favorable weather could make it, in this fertile and favored apot where the LOUD haa settled "Hi own people." In particular, we enjojed a distinct, though not near view of York' ancient Cathedral. Our longest halt waa there of 40 miuutea instead of the usual 20 for dinner which time we did not afterwards make up, for we arrived in Edinburgh half an hour late. Durham I grand for situation and ila Ca thedral and Castle of the Ancient Bishop are among the finest of the old atruclure in England. We had a noble view of both for several minute while the train tarried at the station. In a lofty range of hill in till same county appear a colossal figure of a While Hone the likeness wonderfully exact and ilriking and visible for many mile. The rest of the hill seem clothed in verdure except upon this spot with it spectral white animal as if pasted on the mountain side over Ihe trees. The whole thing i trj weird and fascinating and the eye linger lion it until the changed pol-tlo- n of observation all at once melt the figure away aa If a luaglo (ouch had dissolved a spell and that which a moment before wa an unmistakable entity, had vanished into air. A chalk cliff, in the range, wllh that ecullar equine outline of conformation, may solve the problem of ''what mile more ware In Scotland, Berwick i and independent principality belonging neither to England nor Scotland. They fought furiously for If, hut being Israelite, neither would give in and at laat to avoid annihilation of one or both, compromised by aettlng up Berwick on an independent basis. What an indomitable race these children of Abra ham have ever been and will he to the end It ia the ilory of Ephratm and Benjamin over again, a narrated in the last chapter of Judge. Their subsequent history ha been but one long repetion of unbrotherly fends, yet the LORD, for his friend Abraham' sake, ever taking care that no tribe should be Moiled out by all thl devil en gendered strife. Nay, more than this, even bringing out a belter thing than existed Ihe diagracefnl struggle; thus ever solving Sampson' riddle and Hi own. "Out of the eater come forth meal; out of tho strong comes forth aweelnew." At thl e drank a eac- same fill glrij of good milk for "tuppence," to the memory of buried strife among brethren amino sped along our course. An hour and a half bought ua lo our wailing friend at Ihe great atation in Edinburgh, passing wllh a few minute slop famous Dunhar, one of the old "kjys" of Scotland, whose impregnable Castle, now in moulder Ing ruins, once sheltered Edward II, after hi defeat at Btnnockburn and the unhappy Mary Queen of Scot bath.after Blzzio' murder and when she and Bothwell were driven from the Capital by Lord Home, All of which we read in the common school hiatoriea so familiar lo our children even, and hence pomeutng such a an intense fas cinatton to us, who now for the first time see with our own eye the very spot made so long an enchanted ground by written his tory. I can not tell you how intensely we enjoy St all. Edinburgh ia reached in a driving rain, Scotland' appropriate welcome to us being a "Scotch mitt," of which she has ever a store and plenty to spare. Through all this "misty moisty" greeting, however, shone the beaming faces of the brother Tod, our own John, of Hlghgnte, who had us Invited hue, snd "Willie," the youngest, at whose mission dispel the service were to be held in Dalkeith. They took us and our luggage in hand, so we had nothing to do hut walk over to the Dalkeith train in waiting at another pait of the depot and enter a carriage) where shortly after the broth ers joined n and off we steamed towards our deslination. A fifteen minute' ride and we were at our journey's end. It waa 10 o'clock, hut still not dark enough to light the gu, and In the soft twilight of the long summer' day, oir friends at ioured out the front door and down tho alone step lo hid u welcome to Scotland famoua m a g first-clas- s kind-hearte- d Ivik-ban- k ommonweatlh; and Ihey shall be govern ,f !l .... ..I I. ail lants. uu n.ci .miiiiij n L1.. entinil 111 tled to role, by Ihe law then in for: to prevent illegal voting, and thl column, written in a (air and legible hand, ahall be transmitted, with the assessor' books, lo me AUdiior. who shall make out a copy thereof, and deposit the same in the office of Ihe Secretary of Slate for the time being, who shall transmit the same lo the next Legislature a a liit of those who are entitled to vote for Representative, in order that the Legislature may have the means to ascertain whether a majority of the citizen of the Stale entitled to yole for Representative have voted for a convention. I 7. lie t further enacted, That It ahall be Ihe duty of each assessor of lax, who shall he in office in the year 1883. a soon aa he shall be advised of the passage of thl act, to go before a justice 01 the peace and lake the following oath: "I do solemnly awear I will, to Ihe beat of my ability, fairly as certain the numlior ol qualified voter In the district in whirh 1 was elected lor the year 1(83. and report Ihe aame. wllh my book made a assessor of tax, before the first day of May, 1813." 8. lie if further enacted. That the asses sor of lax may, and they are hereby required lo, examiae, on oalh, any person In relation to his rleht to vole for Repre sentative when he in doubt a to hi right to vote; and any person who shall knowingly swear false I before Ihe ararssor, and ahall thereof bo convicted, ahall lie sub jected to all the pain and penalties of Ihe crimo of perjury. i I. lied further enacted, That Ihe assea-so- r shall write "sworn" opposite Ihe name of each person sworn by him. 10 lie it further enaetal. That it shall lie Ihe duty of the Public Printer to print five hundred copiei of the seventh, eighth, and ninth section of thl act immediately aller It passage, aad deliver them to the Secretary of Slate for the time being, who ahall transmit them forthwith lo the county clerk, to be delivered by them, as soon ns possible, to the assessor of tax for 1883. i 11. Thl act shall take effect from aad after it passage. Approved Jan. 7, 1SS2. .. HJ M .(!..!.... rgorr.Mio.iii, sax k. lcaoiTT. HUHDETT m-ly- 3 . w. asown. & ATTOItNEYH A.T r nitOWN, X.A.AV. KT. . MT. VERNON, T. w. viaaow. Offlceln Owiley ATTdllNBYH XT afiviviBu w A T. W. W B. VAHNOK, vraLLaCi a. Yianoa. IL.A.-V- Hon'i saw1 bulldlaf-- up stairs. STANFORD, KY, Will rtraritlc In lha imim. ., iI.mIh ml Joining counties and th Superior Court and Court rp"1"- - rpecisi aurnuun giren 10 coiieciinni. USee on Lancaster slr-- et 112 A.TTOIIIV3-J- M. l'KVTON, A'If IA."V. KY., Will prattle In thCourtaf RATla.nJ ..llnlnln. countie and lath Court of Appeal. ATTOIINKY A.T. DANVILLE, . AI.EX. ANOEHSON, IaA."W, AnlMaitrrC)inin1nlAn?rlVrkraufl Circuit Court Will firaatMlJt In Ikak tl.a,...ai- - 1 . tlonta ipgtlilty. OffiM In CourihouM. fiMl T.VEf Tf m. n riM as :.H'"wii... nttnnu H O II OJBONuwf f a aid. UIIOU Dhmij IHT, re- 11. Offlce-Bo- ulh th Myera Hotel. Par Nitron (Hid Main Street, two doors shot Ila administered when Dlt. W, uiriiLuf)ll A - HrANPIIIlti.lirKHTiira'V.. - IaotitlHt, l'ENMY, L from S to 12 II f ,!-- ,.. a. and 1 io 5 when ncceaaary. Itnl.f M. u. Anesthetic (131-lyr- .) I.A.. JOS. SEVERANCE, J. Lata of Cbcnault, Baversnce with A Co., SUnlord. Ky.. M. ROBINSON ic CO.. - ICY. Importers and Jobber of Dry floods. Notions, Ac.. 637, KW, 611 Main Street, Corl Dlath, LOUIHVILIiU. NK1V AIIVKUT1SKMEJ1TK. TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay special attention lo THE rcc8TOM aitiNnma.-110--t n Danville Faix Will IIcKia TiicHrtuy, Auk. 7, '83 A We promise to giro setlirictlon, and when desired will give Patent Flour fur Wheat. Can make either twite, 1 or unbolted meal, HcALINTER A8AIXEE. ail Cnatlaas Foar Pays. A .Liberal and Comprehensive List of Preinims for Each Day. The OrounJ ol the Association hare Ixen handsomely Improtel and aretltuited near th Cincinnati boutbern Depot. Will be run from and Sneclal Reduced Rates liars lietn secuitd from tkmieriet and points eJouth. AddJruiJ, U IIiuck, pet'v, for Cata logues. 11 . M,xt,K, ic-8t MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BUHNSIDE, - Excursion Trains Georgetown j, Propr A"re?iu!r. This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Wrights Indian Vecetable Pills Iti Proprietor ii Safe to take, twins purely vegetable; no grip- - Inir lTlrttzscu. All Druinrlau. Andrews' Bazah for August, i by all odd the handsomest number ever publishSTATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. ed. It ia evident that it has fallen into Wf-lhand who know what Ihe ladies want in a UXSIXT till 4 V. nil sm.Ioii Ktirntirlc,1J.1SSI. lidunilWf.v.rgnihlliiMriK-torn- . dairN riual . huol au.l Commercial Fashion paper, and know how to publish ies!. Agricultural Tullioii ami Matriculation (era. liO CourM-io- t Slu.ly -i annum iluanl in it. Its low price (only $1 a year) places it j. rlTaleraDilllet.il Ui. ilnruiilory, IJ.-tail per week ; in year, llnllj. XMatutleuta loir.apparatut Capacity within the reach of all, while its style, for curt aludenta. machinery eiilirrly new. nutates Ilangeblalu-lwider and itories and table of contents generally, lees than aiiycdleKe In Kentucky, tor catalogue i, apply loJudKW. II. KlBirAu.orloJaNtaK.l'ATTitt-ao.lli li,Prelduiil ilaaCollcKe, lilnnton.Kv. compare very favorably with those of the high coat Foreign and American publications ol its class. Published by the American Bazu Co. 202 Broadway, N. Y. iContlaueJ la our next 1 And all Bilious Complaints LIVER rOKTHK it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guetti. Determined that St narajagt will be eaaveyed to aad from tkadepot free or charge. Kpeclal aceoaiuodatloaa to to Commercial Traveler. The liar w 111 he alwaya aapplled with the ekoleett braids or Llqaore aad Clears. lr FRANCIS HOTEL. FORMERLY ST. A8APH, CARTER'S ITTLE AN ACT To take the sense of the people of this Commonwealth as to the propriety of callloc a Convention to revise the Con stitution, and to regulate th manner of illVE PILLS, taking the lilt ol qualified voters. I STANFORD, - - KY. Ilavlng had thli Hotel chapter 10. Whereas, It la the sentiment of this General Assembly, and many .rood citizens of this Uommonweallb, that experience Kick Ileadseho and rcliero all the trouble Incihas pointed out Ihe necessity of calling a dent to a hillou stata of the system, such a Nausea, Drowalnras, Dlatrca after eating, Convention with the view of amending the 1'aln la the Bide, Ac. Whit their most remark-ali- o constitution or tbia state; therefore, succtsa ha brt-- shown In curing sheriff and other officer, at the next gen eral election held for Representative after the passaee of thta act, to open a poll for, and make a return to Ihe Secretary of State for the time being of tho name of all citi zens entitled to vote lor itepreseniaiives who have voted for calling a convention 2, lie it further enacted, That any sheriff or other returning officer failing to perform the duty imposed by Ihe first seclion of this act, shall be subject to a fine of six v hundred dollar, to be recovered by anr L'rand Jurr in any court hav ing jurisdiction thereof; and also subject, iiou conviction of such failure, lo removal iudicl-lueiilh- CURE Rol'urnislicd nnd Refitted From basement to garret, I Intend to Keep It In a Strictly arwi-uiH- And leave nothing undone that will add to the namier, COMFORT OF MY ottered GUESTS. it enacted by the General AucmUi) of the Commonwealth of Kentucky: I 1. That it shall be the duty of the lie equally valuablo in Coualipailon, enring and preventing thl annoying roniiualnt, nhllo they also correct all dlsorihr of tha stomach, stimulate the liver anil nguUite lha bowtla. liven If they oal cured. II cajaehe.xet Cart cr'sLIlllaLlTCTPUIaare SICK Commercial Traveler Are To patronise me, a I have every convenience, lurh ajNieKSAJIt'l.KKOOMS, dc, for their use. SPECIAI, INDUCEMENTS Ache they vonld be almost priceless to those whs auuVr front this Ulslrwaing complaint; but fortunately their Routines does not cud here, and those V huonco try them will find thcM little pill valu-blal- n so many waya that they wlllnot be willing to Uo without tUta. Hut after all alclc bead HEAD ACHE t. !:. Baggage Transferred to and from the Depot free of charge. tllvanieacall. W. N. FKANCIN. KENTUCKY CENTIIj. ar ria THE MOST DE3IRAHLH ROUTE TO iallT" Newcalle-on-Tyne- , where"coal"are not pub-llab- td if you want tu supply a want, since it i Ihe greatest coal shipping point on earth, haa aa noisy, fizzing, butt- lobe "carried" g, ling a railway atatiou a Indianapolis. We ran In on a V and of course started out on our uorthward journey"h!ndld foremost," which quite muddled me a lo east and west for the real of the journey, trout Newcastle up we caught view of old ocean at Interval and after a 70 mite run crossel aad In 6 the Tweed at Brwick-on-Twtd for thirty day immediately piece-dinthe election: 1'ivriJed, Aoirewr, There is no weekly newspaier in any one or more counties ofthia Comuionweallh in which aaid advertisement can be made, it I mad hta duty to have polled a printed copy of said bill, la handbill form, at the com door of audi counlla, for at leaal two consecutive) weeks preceding raid election. l lie it further enacted, That Ihe Public Printer shall, upon a separate sheet, print ten thousand cotile of thl act, and deliver theui to Ihe Secretary of State, whoaball aeud seventy five copies of the same lo Ihe clerk of Ike county court of each county in the Stale at the lime of forwarding the Acta of the General Ataeuiblv; and aaid clerk shall deliver the same to Ihe sheriffs of their several countie. i 0. lie it further enacted, That It shall be the duly of the clerk or judges conducting the aaid general election to prepqund to each voter the followlug question: "Do you vote for calling a contention or not ?" and if lie anawer in the alhrmative. In name shall he recorded aa having voted for calling a convention. t 0 lie it further enacted. That it shall be the duty of ihe assessor of tax to open a column in lhair asessor' book, and enroll therein the name of each citizen entitled to vole for Representative in the year 1883; r shall only enroll the hut the namra of those whom they know to be entitled at the time, to votn for Beprnta-live- , such knowledge to be based 1 Either upon the pirsonal knowledge of the assessor; 1 Or upou satisfactory information obtained by Ihe assessor directly from the persou whose name i enrolled; 3. Or upon satisfactory information under oalli, from those who, of their owa knowledge, testify In the fact which are nereasary to such qualification; and for earolllng name without aurh knowledge r luioriuauou, such assessor shall lx deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and lined twenty dollar for lacli and every uame ao improperly enrolled, which fine ahall be enforced in any court of cotntent jurisdiction, and he for elie benefit of the common schools of the from office. i 3 lie it farther enacted, Thai It shall be the duly of the Secretary uf Stale to have thl act advertised in the coliiuin.i of one weekly newspaper in every county In this liiate, for two consecutive weeka immediately preceding the election, and in ono of the dally newspaper in the city of Loui-vlll- la thebsno of so many Urea that here Is where we make our great boast. Our pill cum it wbilo othiradonot. Carter' JJttla Pver Mia are very small an rery easy to take. Onaortvropillamakeadose. They are strictly nirtUblo and do not grip or purge but by th,lr Rintlo action pteaao all who usethcin, liivlaltMcentj five fortl. Bold by drucgUta tvuy wbwe, or acot by mail. CAKTKU MEDICINE CO., NevrYork And decidedly the Popular Boule, atTordlnc, aa tt doo, lea change and superior accoinuiodatioiia to CINCINNATI! Miuouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, Die. Ilomojopatlilc riijalclan, smxii, The North, Northwest and Weal. In fact. If you coate mplate a trip In any direction, your internal will be beat served by purchasing your tick! via K. U. and Cincinnati. Pullman Palace Can; Elegant New Day Coaches, and handsomely furnished ltecllnlug Chair Cera torui the unequaled euulpnieutaof this Old Uellabl, thereby making a trip over this line one ol luaurloua comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT JULY 8. I No,. Bout 11. ltealilence, Clemen Houso; office opp. Central S 00 am at. Hank. tinecUt attention todlaeaaeaof women Lve. Covington.. " Kalmouthm and children for tho uut eighteen years. ICS-310 33 a m " Cynthlana. Arr. Paiia it 11 a in .11 12 pin Lve. l'arla.. 00 p m Arr. Lexington.. Lve. Pirla. ........ " Mllleraburg. Cireat barifalusran be bad bv lalllu at th " Carllilo HJueeu City tttore," Kiuga Mountain, K J. Hood No. receive-- i uauy. inansuig in riiizen 01 &iuga Arr. MajMllle.. Mountain and th aurroundlog country for their Lve. l'aila. 6 11 a m liberal patrouaiv, 1 boie for a routluuauce ol same. ' Winchester .. so a ui Mrniolioli "Not to U undersold hr anvbodr." Richmond .... The highest market price paid for country proU us p Ul ' Lancaatee (ICC-l- tl duce. if. S. Jlll.TOS, Arr. Htankird June u Hiumi No. I. Nouru. DANVirXE, - - KENTUCKY. 18S2. No. 4, t No. 6. n in a lip ia p u SSi pm pu tt put i go pm o oj p mi p ci I 8 Up m 5 10 p w o in p m ilM pa J 00 1 17 1 OS ISllu Don't Read This! iwpu inpu ... .. ll.7Mpu S 40 a 10 ! Itliu 4 IMpu 10 pm id pm No. J. I pm pm Notice ! til. JOUX No. W. 0 8 Lve. Btaafordjunc " Uncaaler " hlchmood... Wlncheater ! . TO OONTIMCTOKN. chard tlretl, near Ihe roaldeuieoi 1. YY Alcorn, 10 untaiiersireei riaus sui apeciucai on are to b axeii al the Hut National iUuk of buuford. ICJ-t- J Arr. l'aila...... ... Lve, Mavavilh-- received by th undeialgned up lo IMS. for lliecradluit aud luaaourr f miliar 011 the iruiaed street hadliiir Irom the Crab Or Hid will " Carliale.,.. Mllleraburg Arr. fails . J. MrltOHKKTH. ESTILL SPRINGS ! llavluir taken thaiso ot place for Ihe coiuiug aeajou, thl 1 famous am now valeilna Prepared to Receive Guests. I bavaa torpsof IraluedaervaiiUaud Ufuiulab will bo able ... a lu, go a nil 40 p m No. 6. . a ui 3 ooa lu Lve. 7 30 a ml lew a u 3 40 a 8 0au Arr, ruia. . 1 41 p ml 3 40 p . Lve. Paila. , 8 63 a ui, 3 SO p m 4 11 p " Cyntblaua u 4 17 p ui S 01 p m Falmouth Arr. Cuvlugtoa. .. IHUiiu 0 00 p ui No, .v.Leiloglou4 4pm.Avr. Mays villa 7 Mpia " aw No. 11" o3am " " lOeiu No. 10 " Uavavllle 563am. " Uxlnglon No. Ii Uaysillle I13dpu " UilnjtouJ 4Jpm No. S" (Vivlugtou IUiiui " Falmouth 8 pui No. 7 " Falmouth 8 15 aw" Covloglou 8 10. ui rjtanford June 4au " Fails 80S a No. SI No. 4 and No. S dsllr Utweea Cuvlugtoa and Lealuglou; eu olbers dally enept UuuJay. T pm IIUia mil O0pui...... .. 7 23 la SO 0 00 a m 7 07 a ui SOS a 111 41 Itim llapuii t HI 09 a ui j UJpui 00pm Up W 2 26 p u SUp Ul ll'JUiu lit u u u tiOpiu u Fur tlckeU, tale aud iulormallou perlalulug to time, onue tloua, Ac , oil ou r addrna To all wraona lu puriult of health or pleasure. (lhl. II. McKINNKY, FatMUger Ageul. luenieuHiuai uuaiiucs 01 ium waiwra are iuu hlaukiid, Ky. well known Lo Ihe uioid of Central Keuluckr to 0 L, BROWN. ug 0. W BENUEIt. properties. need aderlpllou of Iheir (leu'l Fu. A Tkt. Aat. Mupedntandenl. Th rate, tf board will be reasonable, lor fuither W McKoaaats, Local Ticket Aot, olhc Inforuitlioo, apply U ui at Iriln, Ky at hta Drug Store, n, ji. men NatUI'at'lory AccounutstlHlleHH Speolal Rateti to Emigrants. a W- - V icy. I 6i risr.o ): PtnmluM tlrniHh nflht ITttm the Chlra-n sn. AwfrMVit XIIK girl," kald Mr. Trillippo, weekly nowspicr " and I'll tell j on why : Thoj'vo nalnr-allllio Amtrlcan, so?Aar2roiei3, published in Philadelphia, profeMOS to got a liclier focus on things thon clumsy frog into Iho homo's fooi, ho Tuesday Morning, - July 24, 1883 fiavo discovered ft greater increaso in man would ever guoss studyin' thclt would hardly Ikj willing to say yes, but the ratio of auicido iu tho United States A put nu . CBIT6R ttiati in nny other country during litU eyes, you understand. cross-eye- man mav would explain n surprised look and per-hn- a W. P. WALTS. think bo's foolin' n girl that in somo countries fears. Thero is no means of arriving at simply because nho's got her eves tan horses did very well without shoos, and tn accurate comparison, liecauso thero gled on other topics n bo's loikin to so tho frog wiih left to cvro for itself. niiAuuioxi:. Th Ami ttrt nf If lYoilNrHen-T- h ttiritmt is no regular and trustworthy system for her, but at tho nnio timo that girl may But, whilo not ready to tnko ground with y collecting tho statistics of suicides in bo a lookin down tho windin' Pees la HhUhn Adaplr.1, you In any criticism of tho plan upon From th Brooklyn Eagle, Iho United States. It would not Ihj sur- or tlio cellar of his soul with ono eyo, which tho foot ts fondructad, you havo ffbo tWiaJo in Ui Inrgoet flh Unit prising, however, if tho number of suianda wlnklu'ina whisjierto her own but to look iu the corner of the shop rro'ims in llio sen, and U probably tlio cides in this country 'were greater in soul with tho other, and her uncon where two horses stand lionly shod ; lift moat useful. It fa, of course, cnpturoil proportion to tho population than among scious victim just a takiu' it for granted up their feet and observe for yourself for ita oil, but Micro ia a part of iU body any other civilized people. Almost that nothln n tho matter with tho girl, that if tho smith his not, tho kliifo has which commcrco lifts initio oitonslvo um every ono who reads the nowspnpera only just cross-eye- d I Yon soo 1'vo said that tho frtig it n bail thing aud of to tlio enrichment of mnnjr men, In must havo lwn impressed with tho fro studied Vm," continued Trillippo, "and must lie cut away, Tho horses do not tlio npicr jftw of the nlmlo thore nro quency of this crime, and especially I'm onto ono fact, dead sure and that stand on tho ground, but nearly half an thin, pnrnilel lumlnro, varying in tuzo with tho triviality of the causo to which is, their natures is as deceivin' as their iuuhhlgh, ou tho irou of their shoes, and from thrco to twelve foot iu icngttu it is traced in many instances. A Iwy eyes I Kuowed cno ono't that had her .which puts tho weight of tho homo on TIicm nro called wlmlcixme, and all killinghimscltbccnuseho is reprimanded, eyes mixed up that way sensltivo little tho outer shult of tho hoof. Tho pracaboTO six foot in length ia called or a girl tecauso nho falls to puss n thing she was, and always refcrrin' to tice is as sensible m ft would 1m for n quality which commninli tlio school examination, ii rn event which ' and a man who hud to travel on all fours, highest price Whalobono onco brought could hardly occur omoug nny other her misfortune,' as alio called it, eternally throatcnlu' to havo somo sur- hikinghls weight on tho liaiMofhiifltigcrs ft very high ptico, especially when hoop. than Americans, and yet just such cases geon straighten 'cm out liko other folks and too rather than on thocudiioii that ikirU were nioro in fruition than thoy havo been noted recently in this country and, sir, that girl so worked on my lies betbcou them. It is slimy tho soft tro today. Tho Dutch fonncrljr received without exciting any special comment. feclin'a part of the fix it and took such uudcrholts on my part the P3.C00 for a ton of whalebone, but since It is cosy to ilud many characteristics sympathies that, blaiuo mo, leforo 1 of animals that havo such which re 17C3 it has never brought mivthiug liko of tho American people which account knowed it I confessed to her that it it ceiios tho weight, and not the shelly, Uiat price. In 1818 it brought $150 a for tho growth of tho suicidal tendency. hadn't a been for her defectivo eyes (I hard part. Wo know what an elephant's Ion, in 1834 from $330 to $515, and in Liko tho French, tho Americnus nro a mado it 'defective)') I never would have foot is ; it is all ruhlicr-likThe honui 1841 it varied from 81,080 for Southern, nervous and volatile jeople, quick to thought of lovin' her, and, furthermore, has the sumo huMi-v- l in a shell, whi di ind 81,550" for Northern bono. As tlio respond to all tho emotions. They re- if ever alio did havo 'em changed bock gives him hc mi racy mid stealinexs of ffhalo becomes scarce, of course whale-bon- o bound from exlremu confidence to ex- normal, don't you understand, alio movement. Now, this rasing protects will riso in tho market, and at treme despair, lint there are tempta- might consider our engagement at an the frog. It grows slonly, tho frog present the Dutch and the Scotch tions to Btiicido in this country which do end I did, honest and that girl was so grows rapidly. Tho hoalthy foot of tho whalers are doing a very poor business, cross-eyeexist to tho samo extent iu Franco, it warped her ears, colt shows a center, if not protecting, at llio Americans also complain, and, now not has, until recent years, furnished absolute which and sho used tonniuso herself by watch-i- least level with the lino of tlio hoof. He that this is the case, the In veWivo genius tho greatest proportion of suicides. Tho to does not take his w tight wholly on tho 'cm curl up as I'd bo of man is trying hard to find a substiFrench do not speculate liko tho Ameri- her, aud that maddened mo, 'causo rim of his foot OI-- liJMei would havo tute for wLalebbao, and, so far, they havo Speculation iu Franco is limited I'm naturally of a joalons disposifeet moro liko them if blackiinillis would mot with some bucccss. Buffalo horn cans. to certain classes. Tho mass of tho pco-pl- o tion, you know, and so, at last, I allow that thoy knew u lit lie less than baa given great satisfaction, and there-iaro cautious, plodding, conservative just casually hinted that if sho was nature, and really knew enough to read quito a similarity between tho two They ore content to really rtgoiu' to got them eyes carpen- her intention-- . '1 ho object iu shoeing and parsimonious. Tho horw, after undergoing a mako jmouoytHlowly and to hoard it. tered up why sho'd better get at it, and tho niiiuml, usido from the occusioual certain process, aro cat into strips, which middle clixses do not take any that ended it, Aud then tho blamed ono of cluing ng iU gait, it simply to aro comprosscd and utroiglitened and Tlio chances save those which unturo imgirl turned right around and married a prevent tho wear and shattering of tho rendered Buitnblo for niiypurposohy Hit iliKt it to tako a drcsSialcr, Compressed cano lias also poses upon tho growing crop. If thoy fellow that had n better pair of eyes than outer shell, ud to en in bonds of any kiul they select mino'Uiis minuto I Then I struck anfirmer hold oi the ground, scaping tho been roaoreeil o as a' Bubstituto for invest securities. If thoy buy other cross eyed girl not really a legiti- clipping of tho unshod horn. It is an whalebone, but it docs not answer the Government thoy pay for it in monoy. mate coso, 'cause in reality sho hod only unfortunate hvaidout of our system of purpose as well as buffalo horn. In any property shoeing that tlio horse is raised from tho Franco wholcbono ia 15 franci tho Thoy lay by their savings in safo plococ, ouo oft eyo tho right oye, if I don't losses which tho other ono was squaro as ground ns a loy is when ho mounts kilogram ; that ia to say, it has tripled and aro rarely overtakou by But b price during tho lost quarter of a cent- they aro notofprepared to meet. much tho a gauge. And that girl was, if any dif- stilts. the ference, a moro coufusin' coso than tho ury. In 1853 tho quantity of bono great mass Americans, with xiik m.xs o.v tiii: nivrct.K. same dispositiou of tho French for other ; and, besides all that, she had brought into the United States was Tl.o man on the bicjelo is iuwiriahry breaking down under great joy aud somo money in her own right, and sho pounds; in 1873 it was 190,000 a silent man a preoccupied man a pounds ; in 1880, 400,000 pouuds. In great sorrow, aro constantly gambliug wan't athrowiu' off no big discount on man upon whoso fuco is written au utter in some form or other, and henco subject ono gomo eye. But I finally got her in1853 whalebone was worth 35 cents indifference of all things met with on his per pound, in 1877 $2.00, and at tho themselves to greater strains. Tho re- terested, aud I reckon somethin' serious bright, sunny way. Ho may attract and sult is. that tho Americans break, down might a' como of it, but, you see, her present timo it is said to bo selling rivet and clinch the curious nttcntiou of at 82 per pound. In 1857 143 vessels earlier 'n life, than tho French, and for father was dead, and her stepmother tlio samoVcoion a greater projiortion of sort o' shut down on my comiu' to tho hundreds, but he is never attracted to comprised tlio Orcculaud licet, and in betrayed into tho house ; besides that shehad three grown anything or anybody. It is a part of 1877 only sixteen wero sent out. It will tho Unfortunates aro his strange fate to appear simply an auuncles, and you know how uncles is. bo observed that tho business varies extrcmo remedy of do dc te. But, after allowing for tho disappoint- I didn't want to marry no family, of tomatic section of his machine. Ho considerably from timo to time, and it cannot oven toll you why ho works his course, and so I slid out of tho schemo seems pretty certain that the best days ments incident to universal speculation, wny ; indeed, for tho extravagance of the middle and and tackled n good girl that clerked in a legs iu that of whaling are over for tho present It tho most part, hesioms totally oblivious is said that nearly of our whale- poorer classes even nioro than of tho postoflicc. Her eyes was bad. I never of the fact that ho lias a pair of legs to bone is exported to France and Germany. rich, tho consequent loss of monoy and did get tho baug of them eyes of hern. work at all, and yet tho spasmodic regThero is noitlouiit that thero is more social position, the losics inflicted upon Sho had purty hair, and n complexion, ularly in tho swiftly alternating undulawhalobono consumed iu Paris than in innocent persons by bank failures and I used to tell her, which outrivaled tho tions of his knees will command at onco of trust, tho growing infidelity rose But them eyes, you know I I any .other city in tho world, for Paris breach tho attentive admiration of every lowly carries off tho palm in tho manufacture of tho ago, tho lack of disgrace which didn't really appreciate how bad they pedestrian ho posses in tlio crowded ou see, it took was crossed at first, of parasols, an article in the making of now attaches to suieido, and tho merstreet, Tho man on tho bicycle seems which wluueboro forms a very material curial quidity of our people aud timo, time. Got her to give mo her picture, to bo going somewhero a very thoro is ouo causo which counts for and I used to cipher on thnt, but finally always port. Theu thero are walking-stick- s and great number of miles from hero. EvL riding and driving win pa, canes, corset-bone- nioro than all tho others iu explaining worked her off ou a young friend ol deutlyho has not hoisted himself up .corset-claspthe spread of tho suicidal tendency in miuo who wanted to marry intellect busks, spindle-shanketo him and there astridoof that great suspender-bonc- , fishing-rod- s and tips, this country. Tho American peoplo, gavo her a good send-of- f wheelcitlicrfor tlio merofun of tho thing landing-rod- s for nits, ferules, partly through tho influence- of pioneer sho was smart only them eyes, you or to accent his beauty aud grace of figure splints, probangs, paper-cutteand fold- life, and partly from tho lax administra- knowl Why, that girl could read a before tho multitude. Ho is thoro for tion of law in tho settled communities, postal card loth sides at once, andsmilo shoeers, graiiiing-comba purpose, rest assured, however inhorns, policemen's loaded clubs, eta, fail to attach' tho samo sacrcduess to hu- at a personal friend through tho oflico scrutable a mystery it may seem to us. that require whalebone in their con- man life which is entertained in tho Eu- window nt the samo timo." Tndianap- - It is enough for us to recognize in his struction, or that are mado superior by ropean countries. Death by violonco is oil Journal. profound abstraction nnd melancholy their having whiUobouo in their i compo a much moro frequent occurrence in this XIIK r.lTlVAjf. bearing that ho knows tho goal of his country than iu England, Franco or sition. Tho word is of ton used, but mauy do ambition and will nrrivu thero iu proper Germany whether accidental or intenTho best whalobono is obtained from not understand its iinjort, Tho term timo, no fear. Whatever emotions may tho Greenland whale. From tho mouth tional. In this very city of Chicago, refers to a collection of buildings ou one surging at his heart, whatever temof obo of thebo monster fr6m 2,000 to scarcely a day has passed within lato of tho seven hills of Rome, which cover lo pestuous yearning at riot in tho soul 8,000 pounds ore often taken. Tho man- mouths without ouo murder, and on sev- n biwco of 1,200 feet iu length by 1,000 within, tlio stoio fuco goes glimmering ufacture of whalobono into articles of eral days thero havo boon moro than ono. feet in breadth. It is built on tho spot by us, betraying nothing but tho grave uso and ornament is not so extensive as Tho same is moro or less truo of most of once occupied by the garden of the content of ono whoso clear convictions Railroad cruel Nero. It owes its origin to tho Western communities. ono might imagine. It is principally tho havo never failed him yet. Ho knows accidents aro much moro Bishop of Rome, aud steamboat confined to New York and Bostonfour who, in tho early jiart h's purpose and his destination. That manufactories being in tlio former and frequent among us than thoy aro in Eu- of tho sixth century, erected au humblo isouougbforus. HidlanapolU Journal. thrco in tho latter. When tlio raw rope. Americans tako moro chances residence on its site. About tho year whalcbono is first received at the factory than Europeans, phyhically as well as 1150 Popo Eugeuiui rebuilt it ou a magXUKAItlXO iVATKH. Tho crimes of vio- nificent scale. tho liair is cut oil tlio blabs, ilioy aro in money matters. Innocent It., a fewyears Tho Indians ou tho Missouri ri ., then soaked in water until thoy aro soft, lence are less vigilantly prosecuted, and afterward, gavo it up as a lodging to Pe- when thoy have occasion to truterso after which they nro jicroped of all the murder and manslaughter moro ter II., King of Aragon. In 1305 Clem- that imjotuoiisistrcam, invariably tread condoned. Hence tho soma ent V., at gum that adheres to thorn. Thoy aro tho instigation of tho King of water just as tho dog treads it. Tho where a work- value fa not placed upon human life in Franco, removed tho papal seo from natives of Joanna, uu island on the coast noxt put iu a steitm-boman straightens them with u knife ; thoy this country that obtains in tlio EuroRoino to Avignon, when tho Vuticau re- of Madagascar, young persons of both aro fluely Dolishcri, and ,aru then ready pean countries, and this circumstanco mained in a condition of obscurity and soxes, walk tho water, carrying fruit and to bo mado uso of for ny puriHMo that materially affects the extent of suicides. neglect for moro than seventy years. vegetables to ships becalmed, or it may will decrease whenever tho tho dresser may boo Jit, Whalcbono to But boou after tho return of tho pontifi- be lying-to- , in tho oiling miles away, principally used, nowadays, in tho man- killing of othors is mado more infamous. cal court to Rome, au event which had Somo Groouicu whoso cuuoo upno I bo ufacture of whipa und corsets. Umbrella Thero will be fewer suicides wheuover been so earnestly prayod for by tho good foro my oyes iu tho seaway on the coast frames used to bo mado altogether ol tho popular senso shall bo moro keenly Petrarch, and whtch finally took place of Africa walked tho water, to tho safewtiulebono, but, sinoo its scarcity ana ihockod at tho announcement of violent iu 1370, tlio Vatican was put into a state keeping of their lives, with tho utmost high price, stvel ia mostly used for thii death. A stricter enforcement of tho of repair, ugaiu enlarged, and it was facility ; und I witnessed negro children purixwo. Whalebone huti aul whalo- laws is tlio surest remedy that cuu bo thenceforward considered as tho regular on other occasions doing so at a very bono ribbou havo just come, into voguo, provided ugaiust tho growth of tho suipaluco and residence of tho Popes' who tender age. At Madras, watching their Tho former look xexy beautiful und are cidal temkuoy among tlio American ouo after tho other lidded fresh buildopportunity, messengers, with Jotters very comfortable on tho head. jeopla in au oilskin enp, plunged into ings to it, aud gradually enriched it with Whales, liko seals, do not get timo to In South Africa ostriches cost as much antiquities, statues, pictures and books, tho boiling surf, and mado their way grow, for they aro slaughtered merci, until it becamo the richest depository in treading tho water to tho vest els lessly, young and old, in tho puruuit ol as carriage horses do litre. At a recent through a sea iu which an ordinary sale, wo uro told, tho chief attraction tlio world. Tho library of tho Vatican weulth. Tho old ones aro often killed was commenced fourteen hundred years European boat will not livo. At tho before tho youug ones uro ublo to take soldered iu tho ostriches, which wero iu It contains fouitecu thousand Capo of Good Hope men used to procondition. Tho following list wpeaks ago. euro of thcruhclvo, anil tho result of this iod foritholt: Ouo pair ostriches for X170; manuscripts, among which aro somo by ceed to tho vcsuih iu the offing through cruelty is a loss of thousands and thou150; do., Pliny, St. Thomas, St. Charles Dorro. tlio mountain billows, treading tho water 100; do., 155; do., sands of whales iiiul iu u year. do; 160 ;'do., 145; do., 145; do., 130; moo and many Ho mow, Syriao, Arabian as they went with the utmost security ; Mankind will havo to bo more thoughtand Armenian Bibles. Tho wholoof tho and yet hero ou our own shores, and ful iu tho work of slaughter if it wishes 1..., 100; do., 05; do., 95. Fifty, iho young birds, with and without full immense buildings compos ng tho Vati amid smooth waters, men, women and to bo better compensated by thorn plumago, sold in lot for 30 each ; nine can aro filled with statues fouud beneath children perish liko flies unnuully, when and the wlmlo limit ho let uloiie alittlo projieily directed ellbit treading euch six pairs camping birds tho ruins of ancient Rome, with paint for a few vuirs if tho hulies aro to havo la at!9 iugs by tho musters, and with curious tho water us 1 havo said would haply at 75 per pair. fluo corsebt und the geiitlemou tluo medals und antiquities of utmost every suffice to luiciio theu every one, walking-slick- s und riding whim. Nkw servant answers tho bell, which description. When it is known that Nature. 'h been rung by an elderly goutlomuu, there havo been exhumed moro thou Jin. wLEAitx'bof vutr i'aiuh. TiiKitic is a gentleman in St. Laudiy ' Is your mlstrew iu ?" " No, sir." 70,000 statues from the ruined temples A correspondent tlio Paris Jivctto-min- t Mi I tell her when eho roturus that and palaces of Komo tho reader can paiish, Louisiana, who has been married thus writes; "Wo have just arsixteeu years, and during that timo Ins vr father wus passing mid culled iu to form somo idea of tho riches of tho Vatirived ut Chicago. A dull place. Much wife has given birth to sixteen chilliko Loudon. A few years ago tho city tiny all wero well ut homo." ' Yes, can. Tho Vatican will ever bo hold in as tho old gentleman was ubout to ve w us a cow on by tho student, tho artist and dren. was burned. I am told that it which brought ubout this dhsostor. Thin withdraw, "Oh I won't you leuvo your tho cchulur. Raphael und Michael An Englishman who has spent conunlucky cowI only ropeut what I have uamo si"?" Angela aro enthroned there, and their siderable time iu Siberia states that becu told saturated her tail in u can of tlirouo will bo as durublo us tho lovo ol jii'rtis mo very abundant, aud thut the Onb Berlin authority rookout the beauty and geuius in tho hearts of their 'lies grown there aio never injured by petroleum oil and tlien ignited it at a acouut of capital lost to tho Fatherland worsliiers. gas jut, IIer uejct movement was to liliyht. Homo of tlioso healthy ieui euiljjratiou to America ut 12,000 rush through tho streets whiaking her 'O . StkkktTalk. "ilow much better you lues are iiiiiuh wauled in this country million murks. Many regard tho voat look, Mrs. 8 I" "Yes, I have gained 32 burning tail, und thus setting flro to tho lids of emigration not as an unmixed pound on Kail's Catarrh Cure. Have not wocxlou houses oil ouch sido of tho Ik iou wsli to look fool is' try to look us a purifying stream. Thoy owl, but way. Tlio cow, u veritable genius of lei.soweii id -- o years. Jt ha made a ttise. coidend that Ooruiuuy is suffering from complete cure and i worth $50 a bottle to destruction, certainly was a cow of wry any one that ha the catarrh." Ii honest and pay your subscription, ' utr population. original character." Tribune.) A cross-eye- d y d stai-wasizo-lwnIiidia-iubler c. n' s. one-half s, s, lint-bond drill-lione- s, rs s, boot-shank- s, Self-murded out-tidotu-jmil-mai;- Mnnl. " Yon don't wnnt CMlM..:rjtl MRU to never tamior with If tun H(iiv." wo wero to FHtm, go to any blacksmith and ask him if ho did not think nature had nimlo n mistake in putting tho Election Itfotice ! This tl to notify th puillethsl Klwllon- - will I h'l1 en Iho lot MnmtitU III follow- In Walnut KKI. for Jiitllro of Ihn . IVsm In Bit in time- iM.irlrt fur IwniUhl In fill n tir-n- cj in Tnrneri-llt- o Die I tit I lor ia nu iea-- t v u v. .v. CHURCH -- IHRKCTOHT. nt',nl tmi,i j, ,HK.v;t':, ,ll("f nil Mniiuil'ini,riiiiii . V 11,,111-t- f II.. ROBBED Which m are ThouumU annuill- - rahlml of Ihelr tl Um. tltea prnlonM, happlnrtatiil ficallh r- itorslli n m of the great GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! pain In Iho l.ark, mrianrjr, dlinne-of Tlalnn, premature-nhwo. and nianr aint a preother dlaraM-- a that Itiul lo eT"Mnil for rlrrnlara wlih matura mall. The lXt I1JIHIA TO It monlaia rr la aoM at It per Iml.cr alt fur II, ti all or will tjr druhia, receipt lm rent free-aiMre-tln- f. mall, aeeiirel' ralnl, on ilprlre,lir tnUfnrof MfAlium aa iom nnlrrraal haaliuJe, firrwwanl anr frfiryiiraiiHsl lull fl rilAVtira, anil MillMa-r- a of pniUI. li nl rmii.nllr f urr Tiiiidi. aln.1,1 enrrr, lhal fallow a loaaol Srml. nigniesrcpi mo mini irayer Meeting eerry . Tbnrsilay night. Nuiulay Hchonl attOV A ItoT II. V. loirlon, rluprrlnlenilenl. Itav J M. Ilaoc. I'aator. Herelces BArriflT and Kourth Hunilays, morning and night, lrsrer Meeting srery alter- noon, minuay rcuimi at w au a. M, n. r. narrow Superintendent . ftlltlllsTIAN Wotatuo be ttm ruiwrrrf-llA- n J ery U.rJ'a day I'teoehlng by Jr J. V. (Jot onMecond and I ninth lord's days. Bun.lay Hchool as it Ja norrrancr, ),inlKHIAK. HOtiTII Iter.so.I. H. HcKI- runuay rcnooi at y jonn iv. X roy, ianir Union 1'reyer Meeting on luiut, riuperlntn.lenl. Wedneaday nlghla. ., ,. If morning II, fIOTrion. HunJay M V ,'1 5 'snliTRi'H 'rcfflWVHwIHf ! H IsW n and ttTii(1tf NTH Hfi ii ftltiiM ttiMii ! " rewrri-s- Tl'lfr i riw.w-- -' !! l . AMKItlOAN- - Mutunl Aid Society or JCsmttioliy. Upon sollrllsllon I has arrepted thsligency U IJncoln and llsrrsrd counties ol this moat pralaa worthy and petreelly reliable Institution, th object nflhs A M. A. rlnelety Wing -- to prnrldo financial all to Iho widows, prphsns, belra. legatees and eaalgne ef lla dicesucd ni.mbera." No one ahoul.l hmllale la secura nieuil--raIt will stfonl me plessuro In giro full Inlnriiisliun lo these deslrlog It snd circulars showing Ihw object ol Ihe riorlety, tistnrsof IheoiBcers, Ae V. II. HUVHKMTKR, Blsnford, Ky 110 ' opera house:. HTANM1HII. KV. M aenl 113 for Iho UdIImI tllateo, J. 'iit..vr.Y, Ailaiuaalreet,Tolnln,OMo. ll-lj- '. r W.l P. WALTON, - Proprietor. (fOSTETTE 8lseof8tag,',10iM, Klrhl roinelela.ts of Scen era, ery Brstiog rspscity, including g'li-r- y, llMMnsbl rslee to good altrsctfona. AiiJreea as aho-- e. L Stanford Female College. NTANFOIll. KY. With 4 N N a Full Cerps of Teachers, Thle Institution will In Thlrleenlh on the yd Mnndsy In HeplfiuWr nest. ALL TIIK UKANUIIKH OK A on & CLOSE Insurance Company ! THOnOUGHENGLlSHCOUnSE Are taught, ss well as MUBIC. TIIK LANUUAOEb, INU AND l'AINTINU. - (5,212,737 81 Araerican Aueti, Lonei paid in 31 yean in U. S. exceed 831,000,000,00 DIIAW. 81TTEBS anil No lime BhnnM be bow-lT, TERMS MODERATE. Solid, Prompt anil Honnrnblr. I'ajt limsp Ttllliout (10 tin J a' discount. a 1ot If lliet etnmsch, llilfcr-- remt-l- Representative Newspaper of tho South THE WEEKLY HALL'S i!iiviT itonxi:. R ATARI RSI Louisville, New Albany - Journal Courier Railway. . III- - of the orpins nsmcl Ixittt others tit more serious, ami a ilrlajr ts, thrrefore, D'tpepiin, ller complaint, ehille ami fever, rheiimttlo twinges, khlney weakness, brine serious Ixxllly trouble If .one no timo Iu tialng itila trldcl with Iffeetlve an' safa im-l- le In l'or sale jy all lirunuts auj Dealers llointtrr'asiomtcli to ailoptthe auro . lilt-eas- lirer In Tuition, pilcee range from tii lo tS4 In lb Doea the Loading American Builneu. regular Ivparliuenls, lrluisrT, IB, InUruedlsle I3v; rreparstoiy, HO, aud Collegiate, IV). rollrlee willttn For full particulars, as lo noard, Ac., sJJreea JOHN M. PHILIPS, Agent. MKN. N. O. TKIIi:il:.KT. frlueltml, SUnlerd, Lincoln Co., Ky. SIX OTIIKIl Fin.1T-CI.AH- 4 LXIMI'ANIFJI rrn. resrntnl st the samo sgeney. Rsles reasonable by. B'nerally. & Chicago TIIK AN OUO All OK IS RECOMMENDED DY l'HYEICIAI.U' Live Issues, Living Ideas Cntnrrh of ths Nnsnl and of tho Ulcorntlral Catarrh INTCRN Eur, Co or ALLY, and Thro.it. Itletnkon nets DIRCOTLV upon th Blood and Mucous Hurf.icee of the 8ystem. It In if the host Blood Purlflor thnttho la WORLD, nnd la worth ALL An Ksxair Or- chargou for It, for THAT mono. -xMim v" MONOPOLIES, OLIGARCHISM OKLT IHIERNAL CURE rflMCAIARRR (TTIN TIIK MAHKirTaJ And wo ofTor Ono Hundred Dollnro lor nny C.iau of Cntirrh It will not Cur. THE SPII1IT OP SUBSIDY WILL. CI! Hi: ANY CAHI'. AaeutlulIM In OnVo of A. T Htiwast CU'I fuicioo. 111 , Juno i, leral. ( Jfrirrt. F J. Crney.r Co., Tofcifo. . In Icformln Ton I lain Otnlltmtn. uaod llollH (.'aUrili (."uro It lis tl.ito I haio was very TIIK l bvl hukI don't say that It will run" any rase of taXartli If ukrn Youri truly, ruterly. WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L J. U. WiiTntsrcaa. VVOItTII ttlO A lion l.i:.' llaa no superior as a (rest lanilly anj political paper In the newtpsper worl.1. lis circulation la KMrnsur.Jaclacn,lillra.. wrltm llaterukt TaUrih for Sd years. Hair Catarrh Cure cured Jl.iXY TIJIKS I.Mt IIV.lt n.. Ckinslilerlt worthts JiatOa Initio. r tin. ru hy ( r In the Houlh, anj la )Unufsrturiil all eoht or atJ '. LllKKCY lotCO Than any political newp-pit.) excelled be but few In Iho Unltnl Male--. It con ITvaietura, TOUOK), OHIO. r Cnlt--Chron- lo OUI1HS . . OM. V LINK ItUNNINU rulliiuui LOUISVILLE I'lilaco TO Cars! MOEAL POBCES. 1 AND HOl.lll THAI.NS f CHICAGO! HrailALNurir-- u I'aiMUgrrs Iron Ihe I. A N. IL IL. airlta In IolatllUi In llniolo take ths eieolug train ef tho Mono lteute" and g through to -- That Thieving Tariff (Jrcctirantlr. CraHiorihTllle, Ijirujctte ami t'lilcngo nltliout rliange. timi: T a n L- I!.- -, 1 7 01 put Crswhrdsilllo... lOlpn ... Latayrtle It pw T 30 a ui "Chicago to p ia The inoatdlrrct route, with only one change of rare, load polole In W lecomla, Minnesota, luws, rlsUsaks, Ae lor lurlhrr lulwriustlon, adilreos MUKUAV KCLLKILO. I. A., IM- Uuiarltle, Ky plca-iur- curc-lm- Arr. BTArioN,. lAuiiillle. Ially. ... lllpni SI a m ' Hliu lllin liu ixtly. Dru-xl- tains each week tho most complete aumroary of mo news oi loo woru. ana iia editorial eoiiimus (Henry Watlnaon, Klihr-ln-(.faleare always able, strong anj bright. Among the Are Telegraphic bjiuclals from all Iho leaJlng points In the United States and Kurop. Hcrlal aul Short Morles, laluiage'sMcrinon tboday alterUdlrery In llrooklyn'lahernacle, Market ltrpurle, Letters, Turf sod Hlock lUors. Answer to Corrwpondruta' IVpirtturnt, l'octry and liepsrl-Bien- t tor Children, tlo Home In the Country abould be without II. Dally, 112 a year, it a year Wrrkly, alngly copy one yrar, 1 1. 50: Kite coplra, one year, i.bO. Alter a club ol fleo baa Ueu sent us the club rslaer cso, throughout tho yrar, add Ingle subscription st our lowest club rate IMS fur yearly auUrrlpllona. Yearly subscriptions only ran be receiredat thli rate. Our lor Ira centa than a yiar are II fur eight uiontbi, fur six niontbt; SGrrnta for three moniha A sample ropy of Wetkly tVurlrr-JiwrfcIt sent frro of charge tor examination ou sppllrstlon e, suj Lltirral rub couimlsilon allowed outfit sent tbrui freoof charge. Aililrt-- iw r for sale la Stanford by IVony A UcAUater. m'KCIAl. rKATUUF-- S Afflicted, Attention DK. GANN'SKEaiEDIES! FOB THE MILLION. MANUrAlTUKKD 11 Y HVtlHVUll'THtX TKH31SI ff fLOUfsVlTfrFa. NASHVIji THE ORCAT W. K. (IAMN, U !., MONTICELLO. KY. Through Trunk Line The worl-- l la filled with tho wonJerful, Uautl- ful and Intricate Intentions ol man, j- -l all the comhlur.1 talent sn--l aenlua that the world hes or er knwn haene-e- r prcduce-- l anything that ran compare walu lr. (iann'a lleninlles7' Medical skill and science here, aa yet, lalli- -l to dlacoeer any thtugeiiusl to them, flr the euro of the die- easiwiur wnicu tuey are rrcouiiuen.ird. At ineir V. N iiai.iii:)ia.v. through slrluiaand uavsare iraled rrrsliluitCuurler-Jouro- al lo., Luulirllle, Kj. out Ihe leuglli and Lreadlb hr thouaanJi and aa ol tho land, maoaaru raiuur ftitoicinre, iney cannot oe an I are lully suUuntlatM hy tho atroug-e- at Domocratio and for a Tariff for Revenue tmlliuonlala. only. Kor Cong In, Guide, Croup, llronchltli, Coniuuip-tlo- n and all Dlamueas ot the T hrost and Lunga, Wilfiout Change andwlth Speed Unrltilei SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE MOU Lot'lItlLlKTOTIIE Uho Dr. 1iihh'm Couch Nyrup. (idiilslnl.Iraei4la. Yor Llrer TB.J3 jniu& OF ALL InJlgeatlonJsun. dice, (linsljpstlou, rlour blomsch snd sll Jllllous iieaaea, IIno Least Dr. iJiiiin'M I.lvcr Cure. Dr. Jiuiii'h I.IiiIiiumiI. SOUTH & WEST I.lltl. Itoek, Meatgomery, Atlsnta, Jackaoniltle, Mobile, and New UrUans, In I'alsce Cars Without Change, uutmnv FOE MMTAND BEAST. known Ui iiillllons till over tlio world as tlio only vafu rvllnnco for tlio relief of I Hrcblenla anil iialn. Jt Is h tnodlolnol r Its I nbova r!co unil prntsew-tli-o b Ind. Fur every form of external jialn I Fur Hhruuitliui, Neuralgia, Hpratua, nrulare snd nwrllings snesternsl sppllcsllon lor ins n or PULLMAN CARS 3R tasiS. Vhk Uho BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroas Loularllla 1'stace la recslve arcclal low rstes, tee Agaals ol Ibla (nmpany (or ralre, routes Ac..orwilie C. P. AlMOKf.O. P. 4, T . A. '" Lnulaslllo, Kr. Cars wltbsat change, Fur riles, Hemorrhoids, Hums, 1'latula anj sll eiiullar illsrasm, Tor moro lian n tlilnl of a ccntnry llio I NeileniiSfiiataii;I.liiliiieiitliasloen 1 1 Dr. OiiinrM I'llo Oliitiiicut. Oluliiiviil. Tor Fresh Cuta, Hums, Ulcers Slid OM Horn, lst Iho Dr. (JiimrM lII(((r..Swcct Uho Dr.CJitiiii'H NtouiHch HIKcrH A Itfllabls Toole. FMIRRAWTC LlTIIUnHl1 I O Seeking homes on the line ol IMs road will MEXICAN Liniment Is wllhont an cnnnl. aIt ieuetrnte lleali and niiiaclo tol M vcrjr ituiivmuKiiiif mi) column mioo of imln unil lntlAiinnatlrm lmnoe-- l alblfl. lUt'irocUUlHinlluiiittii KJi'sliamll IhnllnitoCrrutlou uru vjually ironUtr-- l iui. .mo Mexican Mnstnn Apllur snj Ilhul FurlSer, luillgrsllou, Llrer snd ali cures DypM-liais(louiplstut, slslsrlsl rafrrs snd sll iilodlral Iilaeascs. Msuufacturrd snd lor ule Ly I-- Don't Be Lei Astray I W. IC. X)., Sule projirletor, Moullrello, Ky. asrAII orders ss-- ll by in.ll will rwxlre ioiu.t sllentlon. lly the cullsrly Horded adTertlseioenlaof rlral routes, whlih are liable to deceits the public. Tbe bborlest snd Quickest ltaula from Clncln-ns- tl Wr.1 Is Ihs MUSTANO Llnliucnt 1m nocdod hv louicbodv In I every liousu. l.vury day Inlnr now a of I sutxlutxla of fltcuiuutto iiinrtvrai io-or a Aliiuble liuran or px IIVCU Uy IUU eUVUlllimUWtTUI iulj I GHESIIPEnU Ktiiitucky's 01 Ry. Oi 3 2 & MISSISSIPPI 10 IToura I W. Itoutu East Cliiciniinti to St. Louis Hours shcsil of all other lines. ! LINIMENT hleli snertlllv ruroi sucfi ailmcnta of tlie IlLilAN FLUSH as Washinoton, Philadelphia N.Y. Thevuly llueruuuiug is - sir,"-Tlic- S'uiitruetrtl Jtlusclea, lluriis ilia, jiruiaea mm il nrniua, Nprklus, I'filsoliouai Ultra unil S)tlu$s, MIIHiras, s. Old llilulns, huacs, lllriii, I'rosl Nur Iliilta, t'U. eusl. mi liulccil etery form of .steruul It licnlj Avllhout scare. for tlio lluirru Cukitiom It rurea Mpralus, Nwlnny. eitirr Joints, I I'ouuilcr, Uarnc.s Hurea, Hoof UU. I eases, loot Hot, bertw VI 01 m ncaii, llulluiw Horn, hcrnlclio, VVInd. Kails, Npuyui, Tliru.li, llliilioue, 111m upon Old (torts, roll the Mulit nnil eeery ollnr ulliueut Iu lthlch tlio occupante uf (Its Ntnblo umt Htoek Vunl are liable. Tlio Mesleuii JtlnUli(f l.lnluicnt always euro ami never UUupnoluuii and U la, jKwiUvuJy, 1. 11 o. IllloiliiiKtlaiii, Nwelllnr,, Jolttia, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS (1(117 A SOLID TEAIN I.OIIIMllllV,Jillt'lllllHtl liiKtoii, liy., HUtl lA'X' Tutus, with oochsiigsofcsrs for any ilswolpssiieiigers. Dally Trains lo Loula-lll- e, with Vnt Parlor Can, Dally Trains to Kiaiistllle, 1 Lours In of all olber routes, with one teas Changs of tsrs. 21slyTrsliistoCslri,7 hours quicker than of urs, 2Dslly Trslus to Mew Orleans. Ho cusogs of Cluclnusll, 12 Hours Q0Ju!.ci!.fu ,1"0 CWc,g ,uulM, i:ll, tbsn by other lines. a, M Is Ihe only lino with 4 Dslly Trslus Iroiu Cliulnnsll lo HI. Louis, making direct conurctluna In Iho Uulou leiol (at HI. IaiuIiIwIIIi Connecting la asms i!et with fast Irslne tor Uluourl I'arluc Hallway, Hi. liuls. Iron lUllwsy, l'hlcsgo& Alton lull, rosd, Chlcsgo, ilurllUKtou A (tulucy lUllrosJ: Ks. okuk A ht. Uuli ItallroaJi Wsbsau, HL Louis A I'aclOo llsllrosd, Mleaourl, Ksusas A lssas Kail s), Ht IxjulsAHsu r'rauclst'ulUllwsy. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- WASHINGTON CITY. Th. THE BEST OF ALL ville, Norfolk, Imprest Tbii Upon Your Memory. . is us 1 1, rti ins oniy una Ly which you con get through tsrs I rum Cluclnusll turn, Louis wltbuut paying eslra lai Iu aiMltlou lo uoner pall fur kHi km. ll. tl. r.l.a ... . ., lnl.......ll.. ll -iHMjiiu.iiuu, ran on Ticket Ageuts of vouiincllug llure. -i- nI riif.es call at Waluulst.lt All Virginia and North Carolina ji Point. LINIMENTS 703 mX OR Fur tlcketa snd luither luforisslton. apply lo youriits.-n-l IUktoUU, or sJJrua ,. r. BIAST, JAHI.N '. CUNNI', S 10 W. MhIu Ht LoulaillTe, Ky O. W. NMITII, II. W. VIILI.EH. Usa'l sltuuer, lieu'l IWr Ag1!. jUchuisoJ, Ylrgluls. m UIIIUIIHIlloriJfl)oWootolji1rtc, IV. ' W. I'EAllOUr. Osu'l Msnsg-- W. U. BlUTTUO. Ueu'l I'sswuger Agt J. V. HILL, Passenger Agent, Ubanou, Ky.